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Scientific realism is the view that the universe described by science is real regardless of how it may be interpreted. Within philosophy of science, this view is  ...

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Apr 27, 2011 ... Debates about scientific realism are closely connected to almost everything else in the philosophy of science, for they concern the very nature ...

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Debates about scientific realism concern the extent to which we are entitled to hope or believe that science will tell us what the world is really like. Realists tend  ...

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Scientific realism is the view that science expands upon—and sometimes radically confutes—the view of the world that we gain by means of our sense organs.

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(Important recent contributions to the theory of scientific realism include (Miller ... It is worth noting at the outset that scientific realism emerges from a tradition of ...

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In this paper, I argue that the ultimate argument for Scientific Realism, also known as the No-Miracles Argument (NMA), ultimately fails as an abductive defence ...

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Oct 18, 2015 ... An explication of the metaphysical, semantic, and epistemic commitments of scientific realism Information for this video gathered from The ...

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Scientific Realism is the conjunction of the following three claims. i) the theoretical terms appearing in our fundamental physical theories refer to mind-.

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Jun 12, 2002 ... It is easier to define scientific realism than it is to identify its role as a distinctly philosophical doctrine. Scientific realists hold that the ...