Putnam and the God's Eye Point of View

Croatian Journal of Philosophy 5 (2):235-243 (2005)
In this paper, I criticize Putnam’s argument, which contends that scientific realism implies adherence to a God’s eye point of view. I also show that some sort of God’s eye point of view in a weak sense, i.e. interest-free, is indeed accessible to humans and that a moderate version of scientific realism is philosophically defensible
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