The Semantic Foundations of Anti-Realism
Hinzen, Wolfram
1998, 375 S, Kt, (Buchholtz)
Bestell-Nr. 135739

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The view the author is defending is that reality changes in metaphysically interesting regards if we follow an anti-realistic account of meaning, and that the ontological grounding of the logic of an anti-realist semantics - whatever the logic turns out to be - has to be featured accordingly. Metaphysical and ontological consequences drawn from an anti-realist theory of meaning would thus affect our conception of reality as a whole.


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