1. The falsifiability criterion is about meaning.
2. Failure to draw the distinction between falsifiability (a matter of logic and the form of statements) and falsification (a practical matter).
3. Scientists don’t practice falsification.
4 Falsificationism is refuted by the history of science.
5 Popper was subjected to effective criticism by Lakatos/Kuhn/Feyerabend.
6. The failure of Popper’s theory of verisimilitude casts doubt on his whole program.
7. There is no getting away from induction/justificcationism.
8. From Habermas: Popperism is a form of positivism, it is analytical and provides no dialectic or effective theory of criticism.
9. From Habermas: The dualism of things and values, is/ought or propositions and proposals, provides no leverage for criticism of the status quo.