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Soren Harnow Klausen
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University Press of Southern Denmark (May 1, 2004)
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Jahrhunderts (1997) and Reality Lost and Found: An Essay on the Realism-Antirealism Controversy (2004). He has published many articles on the history of philosophy, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mind. Robert J. Matthews is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University.

Reality lost and found : an essay on the realism-antirealism controversy, Sřren Harnow Klausen. Odense : University Press of Southern Denmark, 2004. (University of Southern Denmark Studies in Philosophy ; vol. 21) Title page Contents.

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Authors and affiliations. First Online: 11 March 2015. Klausen, S. H. (2008). The phenomenology of propositional attitudes. Journal of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 7, 445–462. (2013). Losing belief, while keeping up the attitudes: the case for cognitive phenomenology. In N. Nottelmann (E., New Essays on Belief (pp. 188–208). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Reality lost and found : an essay on the realism-antirealism controversy /. by Klausen, Søren Harnow Published c2004. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Realism and Antirealism looks at the issues from a number of different angles, and arrives at a. .Perhaps as a result of this perspective I found many of the essays to be rather trivial

Realism and Antirealism looks at the issues from a number of different angles, and arrives at a variety of fascinating conclusions. The book is tightly unified and makes a genuine contribution to the discussion of realism and antirealism. ―Nicholas Wolterstorff, Yale University. Perhaps as a result of this perspective I found many of the essays to be rather trivial. I did, however, enjoy Hiskes' piece on the fit between Van Fraassen's constructive empiricism and Christianity. I have similar thoughts with respect to this issue and enjoyed her essay.

Is there a world out there, independent of the way we experience it, think of it or talk about it? If so, can we know how it is? These questions have been a central concern of philosophy throughout most of its history, and they continue to be the subject of an intense debate between realists and antirealists. In this clearly written and comprehensive book, Søren Harnow Klausen presents an argument for realism about the external world, but also attempts to take the antirealist challenge seriously: a sensible realist must acknowledge the force of the skeptical objections and avoid overstating her own case. The book covers a wide range of themes, from the historical origins of antirealism and the views of Berkeley, Kant, Husserl and the logical positivists, to the most recent developments in epistemology and relevant empirical research in psychology, anthropology and linguistics. Topics also include the definition of realism and its relationship to semantics and theories of truth, the prospect of providing a transcendental argument for realism, inference to the best explanation, externalist theories of justification, the basis of our understanding of mind-independent reality, the relevance of evolutionary biology to the realism issue, and theories of intentionality and perception.