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Posted by Harvey on July 27, 2001 15:31:48 UTC


I just wanted to point out to all that I'm not saying there aren't deep perplexities within the philosophy of science. I started to realize that maybe someone might construe my objections to your views as stating that these problems you are addressing don't exist. That is not true (so I gave a series of questions that I don't think there are satisfying answers).

For brevity, I just want to reply to your last comment (and another time maybe we can talk about those other philosophical questions):

>>>And, I have no idea why you think of me as supporting "anti-realism" when my whole treatise concerns the issue of determining what is real! I personally would call the refusal to investigate my work to be "anti-realist".

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