Divinatio 12:103-120 (2000)

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Howard Sankey
University of Melbourne
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This is an introduction to the position of scientific realism, which outlines a number of core doctrines of scientific realism, and indicates a number of optional and non-core doctrine. It also sketches the basic argument for scientific realism, known as the success argument.
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