Truth matters : realism, anti-realism and response-dependence / Christopher Norris.

Truth Matters is the first full-length introduction to response-dependence, a topic that has become a main focus of interest for philosophers across a wide range of disciplines and subject areas. The response-dependence claim, in brief, is to provide a 'third way' between the realist (or o...

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Main Author: Norris, Christopher, 1947-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2002.
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505 0 0 |g ch. 1.  |t Anti-realism, scepticism, 'constructive empiricism' --  |g ch. 2.  |t Response-dependence : the current debate in review --  |g ch. 3.  |t Green thoughts in a moral shade : anti-realism, ethics and response-dependence --  |g ch. 4.  |t Morals, mathematics and best opinion : the euthyphronist debate revisited --  |g ch. 5.  |t Constitutional powers : can 'best judgement' ever go wrong --  |g ch. 6.  |t Showing you know : on Wright's 'manifestation principle'. 
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