Rejecting Mathematical Realism while Accepting Interactive Realism
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- Rejecting Mathematical Realism while Accepting Interactive Realism
- Park, Seungbae
- Indispensability Argument; Interactive Realism; Mathematical Realism; Pessimistic Induction; Scientific Realism
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- Addleton Academic Publishers
- ANALYSIS AND METAPHYSICS, v.17, no., pp.7 - 21
- Indispensablists contend that accepting scientific realism while rejecting mathematical realism involves a double standard. I refute this contention by developing an enhanced version of scientific realism, which I call interactive realism. It holds that interactively successful theories are typically approximately true, and that the interactive unobservable entities posited by them are likely to exist. It is immune to the pessimistic induction while mathematical realism is susceptible to it.
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