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INTRODUCTION: PUTNAM AND THE NOTION OF “REALITY”

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The main aim of this brief paper is to present in which sense both Putnam’s internal realism and his natural realism are realist. In order to do that I will take into consideration the notion of “reality” that Putnam uses in his defense of his internalist perspective as well in his present natural realism. Although there exist significant differences between Putnam’s two different realist stances, the notion of “reality” present in each of them remains the same. In this paper I will clarify what Putnam understands by that notion.

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