Realism and Antirealism book - Alibris

McMullin, a long defender of scientific realism, in a recent article defending realism says "realism had to do with the existence implications of successfultheories". But McMullin in a very fair discussion of both realism and antirealism qualifies his position very carefully when confronted with the evidence from the history of science which some view as the garbage heap of rejected theories. He says:

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26. Theological realism and antirealism - Blackwell Reference Online

There really aren't any criticisms of arguments for antirealism in this article, which may make it look a bit one-sided for a piece which is supposed to be steering a middle way between realism and antirealism. However, Fine has a separate, companion piece, "And Not Anti-Realism Either," in which he criticizes arguments for antirealism.

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