The World Three of Karl Popper

by Open Science Repository Philosophy
(August 2013)


Karl Popper proposed a view of our reality divided into three "worlds", meaning with the word "world" nothing more impressive than a set of things: the world one, the world two and the world three.

This division stands for a better understanding of reality itself, and, as any other theory, it is a way to improve our understanding of some problem; in this case, it improves our understanding of reality and of the universe.

Keywords: world three, Karl Popper, Popper's three worlds.

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