The Problem of Realism (Hardback)
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The Problem of Realism (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 28/04/2002
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This text explores the problem of realism, both metaphysical and scientific. Renowned specialists in the field - including Michael Devitt, David Papineau, Mark Sainsbury and Wesley Salmon - contribute new essays that shed light on the main topics in the realism/antirealism debate. Discussing a wide range of issues related to realism, both in metaphysics and in the philosophy of science, they address more specific questions including those concerning metaphysical realism, scientific realism, the relations between epistemology and ontology, causation, dispositions and personal identity, and the relations between science and common sense. Presenting a comprehensive overview of the problem of realism, as well as in-depth discussion of particular topics, the book offers valuable insights for both students and researchers in the field. It can also be used in undergraduate and graduate courses of philosophy.

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780754614661
Dimensions: 161 x 216 mm

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