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Introduction 1. Progressive philosophy and the politics of Jewish assimilation in Late Imperial Vienna 2. The Great War, the Austrian Revolution, and communism 3. The early 1920s: school reform, socialism, and cosmopolitanism 4. The pedagogic institute and the psychology of knowledge, 1925-28 5. The philosophical breakthrough, 1929-32 6. The Logic of Scientific Discovery and the philosophical revolution 7. Red Vienna, the 'Jewish Question', and emigration, 1936-37 8. Social science in exile, 1938-39 9. The Open Society, 1940-42 10. The rebirth of liberalism in science and politics, 1943-45.