Two Arguments for Global Anti-Realism

Dissertation, Columbia University (2002)
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Abstract

Global anti-realism, the view that all truths are dependent on the dispositions and practices of humans , is defined, and a detailed version of the view is proposed. Then two arguments in defense of global anti-realism are canvassed. According to the first argument, since no explanation is to be expected of the human faculty for knowledge, global anti-realism should be endorsed. According to the second argument that is discussed, global anti-realism makes for an ethically more palatable philosophy

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