Karl Popper, Falsifiability, Religion and Oneness

I first heard about Karl Popper in 2005 when I went to see the Dalai Lama in Chicago. The DL talked about Popper’s work against totalitarianism. Popper was a science professor at the London School of Economics, and arguably, one of the fathers of modern scientific methodology.

Popper created the concept of falsifiability, the scientific rule that a theory cannot be considered a scientific theory if it does not contain within it the conditions under which it can be proven false. An example of a theory that is falsifiable is a theory that all…

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Ellen Beth Gill

Ellen Beth Gill

Lawyer. Artist. Little known fact about me: I have a football trophy for accidentally tackling someone holding the ball at the right time.