|Lecture I: Is There Still Anything to Say
about Reality and Truth?3|
|Intrinsic Properties: Dispositions8|
|Intrinsic Properties: Intentionality11|
|Why Intentionality is so Intractable13|
|"The Trail of the Human Serpent is Over All"16|
|Lecture II: Realism and Reasonableness23|
|Reality without the Dichotomies32|
|Lecture III: Equality and Our Moral Image
of the World41|
|The Frankfurt School's Attempt to Justify Equality53|
|Democracy without a Moral Image57|
|Lecture IV: Reasonableness as a Fact and as a Value63|
|The 'Epistemological Problem'76|
|The Importance of Peirce's Puzzle80|
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Book title: The Many Faces of Realism.
Contributors: Hilary Putnam - Author.
Publisher: Open Court Publishing.
Place of publication: La Salle, IL.
Publication year: 1987.
Page number: ix.
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