FORM OF THOUGHT AND PRESENTATIONAL GESTURE IN KARL POPPER AND E. H. GOMBRICH
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The paper deals with common elements and differences in Popper and Gombrich, especially concerning their forms of thought and presentational gesture. Among others it considers the model of common sense which was basal for both of them as well as the similarities of searchlight theory (Popper) and some postulates of 'Gestalt' psychology (Gombrich). At the end it analyses their approaches to historiography with special focusing on Gombrich's comments on the concept of social history of art.
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