On Putnam and his models

Journal of Philosophy 98 (7):331-350 (2001)
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It is not my claim that the ‘L¨ owenheim-Skolem paradox’ is an antinomy in formal logic; but I shall argue that it is an antinomy, or something close to it, in philosophy of language. Moreover, I shall argue that the resolution of the antinomy—the only resolution that I myself can see as making sense—has profound implications for the great metaphysical dispute about realism which has always been the central dispute in the philosophy of language
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Timothy Bays (2008). Two Arguments Against Realism. Philosophical Quarterly 58 (231):193–213.
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