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A letter from the W.E.A. to Popper, dated 1 March 1939, telling him that he was recommended to teach a course for W.E.A.'s Christchurch classes in 1939.

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A notice of the W.E.A. classes that states the title, time, location, and name of the tutor for each of the 13 classes. Popper's class was scheduled on Tuesdays.

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A letter from Popper to the secretary of the W.E.A, dated 4 March 1939, in response to KP8080. Popper said he was pleased to be invited to teach philosophy for the W.E.A.

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A tutor's session report filled out and signed by Popper for his course "Philosophy" in 1940.

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A letter from the Secretary of the W.E.A. to Messrs Whitcombe & Tombs for ordering 4 textbooks for Popper's W.E.A. course "Science in the making" in 1939.

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A tutor's session report filled out and signed by Popper for the W.E.A. course "Religion - Modern Problems and Developments" in 1942.

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A report to the W.E.A. tutorial class committee on Monday 15 May 1939, according to which the attendances for Popper's class is estimated as 40.

Link to an audio recording of Prior's radio talk "Many-valued logics", part of the three-talk series entitled "The Logic Game" (1957). This is the third talk, broadcast on 17 November 1957. Only the second half of the talk is recorded. It starts at…

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A report to the W.E.A. executive meeting on Friday 19 May 1939, in which Popper was listed as one of the suggested lecturers to lecture at Paparua Prison.

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A tutor's session report filled out and signed by Popper for his W.E.A. course "Science in the Making" in 1939.