- The rise and fall of logical positivism
- The rise and fall of logical positivism is the most spectacular story of 20th century philosophy. Logical positivism was wildly successful, and some of its key ideas became widely accepted as common-sense truths among the general public.
- Unions refusing to allow 'unteachable' pupils in lessons
- With its NLP and antipositivism and its important-sounding pseudo-sciences. Takes away the free will and judgement of the individual and replaces it with the state's will. Marxists would now wish a long discussion on what free will is.
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