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Chrysippus_Maximus's Avatar Jump to comment 14 by Chrysippus_Maximus

Epistemic naturalism or metaphysical naturalism?

They're both problematic. The former commits you to the non-existence of a priori truths (which means you can't easily get 'method' off the ground in the sciences), and the latter commits you to a really screwy way of talking about things like numbers and concepts.

Mon, 07 May 2012 20:57:43 UTC | #940407