Ontological antirealism

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Ontological antirealism

Postby Asparagus on January 13th, 2018, 8:45 am 

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Re: Ontological antirealism

Postby TheVat on January 13th, 2018, 11:04 am 

I like Chalmers, who always writes with great clarity. Will read soon.
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Re: Ontological antirealism

Postby TheVat on January 14th, 2019, 1:55 pm 

Asparagus, this is a useful look at meta-ontology and especially Carnapian anti-realism. I'm tagging this and "bumping up" the thread in case anyone wants to share their thoughts on Chalmer's paper.

I notice you asked Neri if he wanted to weigh in. It helps to use the TAG function, which is simply putting that members name between tag brackets:

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The tagging means he will get a notification that his name has been mentioned in a post. This is very helpful, especially if someone logs in less frequently and they log in and find hundreds of new posts to wade through.

I really wanted to mention the TAG function because we have several new members recently and I think it helps to be aware of the usefulness of this function.
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