Jon Guze is the Director of Legal Studies at John Locke. Jon is an expert on Karl Popper, the law, and governance. In this episode, we talk about Popper’s theory of knowledge, civil asset forfeiture, and eugenics in North Carolina.
Jon’s recent work http://www.johnlocke.org/update/?p2p_author=540.
His work on:
- Judicial elections (here and here);
- Redistricting (here, here, here, and here)
- Involuntary sterilization (here, here, and here)
- Police misconduct and police funding (here, here, here, and here)
- Overcriminalization (here, here, here, here, here, and here)
- The importance of Popper’s ideas (here, here, here, here, and here).
- Reports onCivil Asset Forfeiture: https://www.johnlocke.org/research/preventing-asset-forfeiture-abuse-in-north-carolina/; https://www.johnlocke.org/research/preventing-asset-forfeiture-abuse-in-north-carolina-part-2/.
Rafe Champion’s “Karl Popper Web”: http://www.tkpw.net/index.html
“Our Karl Popper” homepage: https://ourkarlpopper.net/2020/10/24/rafechampion/
Finally, just in case you ever decide you want to go into the practical implications of Popper’s theory of knowledge in more detail, you can find a paper Jon wrote a few years ago here.
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