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Can you recommend a good reference to answer the critiques in Popper's "The Open Society and Its Enemies"? I am especially interested in responses to the Marx section of the book.

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Maurice Cornforth -The Open Philosophy and the Open Society – garrilla Jun 23 '14 at 23:05
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Walter Kaufmann had some strong opinions on Popper's scholarship in "The Open Society and Its Enemies" More about Hegel than Marx, but probably worth reading anyway given Hegel's influence on Marx

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