The Argument for Indirect Realism

And why it's wrong

Alistair Robinson
October 31, 2015

I will call it "The Argument". It assumes many guises and has survived for hundreds of years, and I want to show that it is wrong. Here is a classic instance of it, from David Hume in his 1748 Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding:

It seems also evident, that, when men follow this blind and powerful instinct of nature, they always . . .

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