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From the Publisher"Drew Khlentzos thinks that naturalistic realists have been far too complacent in the face of Dummett, Putnam and others. In this wide-ranging and engaging book he tells us why. Very provocative!"—Michael Devitt, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CityUniversity of New York
"Drew Khlentzos's book is the best I've read on the realism-antirealism debate.
Highly competent on the relevant mathematical logic and fair to his opponents, Khlentzos marshals new arguments and original proposals that will establish him as a truly world-class philosopher." J.
J. C. Smart, Emeritus Professor, Australian National University
"I know of no other book in recent years that can serve, as this book can, at once as a comprehensive survey of one of the most important debates in contemporary metaphysics and a genuinely important contribution to that debate." Hilary Putnam, Cogan University ProfessorEmeritus, Harvard University