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How Do We Know For Sure There Is Reality?
"Philosophers are not being rude when they describe the approach most of us take as naive realism. After all, when they cross the street on the way to work, they tend to accept implicitly - as we all do - that there is an external reality that exists independently of our observations of it. But at work, they have to ask: if there is, how can we know?"
New Scientist 10/01/12
Posted October 2, 2012 12:49 AM
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