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Peter Munz (12 May 1921 – 14 October 2006) was a philosopher and historian, Professor of the Victoria University of Wellington; among the major influences on his work were Karl Popper and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Munz is one of two students who studied under both Popper and Wittgenstein.
- The Place of Hooker in the History of Thought
- Problems of Religious Knowledge
- The Origin of the Carolingian Empire
- Relationship and Solitude: An Inquiry into the Relationship between Myth, Metaphysics and Ethics
- Life in the Age of Charlemagne
- Frederick Barbarossa: A Study in Medieval Politics.
- When the Golden Bough Breaks: Structuralism or Typology?
- The Shapes of Time: A New Look at the Philosophy of History
- Our Knowledge of the Growth of Knowledge: Popper or Wittgenstein?
- Philosophical Darwinism: On the Origin of Knowledge by Means of Natural Selection
- Critique of Impure Reason: An Essay on Neurons, Somatic Markers, and Consciousness
- Beyond Wittgenstein's Poker: New Light on Popper and Wittgenstein
- Price, Russell (11 March 2007). "Obituary: Peter Munz". The Guardian.
- Edmunds, D. and Eidenow, J. Wittgenstein's Poker: The Story of a Ten-Minute Argument Between Two Great Philosophers, 2001, page 13.
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