Karl Popper’s NZEdged Legacy

Roger James in the The Guardian ponders the centenary of the birth of one of the C20th most original (and controversial) thinkers, philosopher Karl Popper. In an affirmation of edge theory Popper’s most influential work (a pair of books of which the most famous is The Open Society And Its Enemies) was written while at Canterbury University College, Christchurch, NZ, where he spent the whole of the war taking up a lectureship after fleeing Nazi occupation of his native Vienna (Popper was born to Jewish parents who had converted to Christianity).


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Nadia Reid Would Like to Go to Canada With You

Nadia Reid Would Like to Go to Canada With You

Nadia Reid’s “Oh Canada” isn’t a cover of the country’s national anthem, but that doesn’t stop the Dunedin-born musician from honouring some of her favourite Canadian singer-songwriters on her new song,…