Anthropocentrism in Philosophy: Realism, Antirealism, by Panayot Butchvarov

By Panayot Butchvarov

Anthropocentrism in philosophy is deeply paradoxical. Ethics investigates the human stable, epistemology investigates human wisdom, and antirealist metaphysics holds that the realm depends upon our cognitive capacities. yet people’ reliable and information, together with their language and ideas, are empirical issues, while philosophers don't interact in empirical study. And people are population, now not 'makers', of the realm. however, all 3 (ethics, epistemology, and antirealist metaphysics) could be enormously reinterpreted as making no connection with humans.

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