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Free download ↠ Many Faces of Realism The Paul Carus Lectures Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï The first two lectures place the alternative I defend a kind of pragmatic realism in a historical and metaphysical context Part of that context is provided by L heritageIn the final lecture I defend the idea of moral objectivity I compare our epistemological positions in ethics history analysis of human character and science and I argue that in no area can we hope for a 'foundation' which is ultimate than the beliefs that actually at a given time function as foundational in the area the beliefs concerning which one has to say 'this is where my spade is turned' In ethics such beliefs are represented in moral images of the worl. Science is real And so are our minds So just don't worry about it

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The first two lectures place the alternative I defend a kind of pragmatic realism in a historical and metaphysical context Part of that context is provided by Husserl's remark that the history of modern philosophy begins with Galileo that is modern philosophy has been hypnotized by the idea that scientific facts are all the facts there are Another part is provided by the analysis of a very simple example of what I call 'contextual relativity' The position I defend holds. Readable exposition of the position that concepts always interpose themselves between us and reality

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Many Faces of Realism The Paul Carus LecturesThat truth depends on conceptual scheme and it is nonetheless 'real truth'In my third lecture I turn to the Kantian antecedents of this view explaining what I think should be retained of the Kantian idea of autonomy as the central theme of morality and extracting from Kant's work a 'moral image of the world' that connects the ideals of euality and intellectual liberty In this lecture I defend the idea that moral images are an indispensible part of our moral and cultura. There is something not uite right with Putnam's arguments in these lectures