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I Still (still) Think You Are Being Anti-realist

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Posted by Harvey on July 30, 2001 23:50:12 UTC

Hi Dick,

Let me respond to your post:

>>>The difference between my position and the positions specified above is simply that I express "reality" as an unknown and then attempt to use logic to discover what it is! That is, a rational attack on the problem of examining reality itself (as opposed to what I call the "by guess and by golly" attack currently in vogue).>>My model is specifically, "reality is a set of numbers". Would you prefer "reality is a set of pligits" (which we are aware of and have no properties beyond the those found in the set of real numbers). That is no more than a name change.

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