O que há de real e de irreal com o realismo: Searle versus Rorty What there is of real and unreal in Realism: Searle versus Rorty

Trans/Form/Ação. 1999;21-22(1):119-129 DOI 10.1590/S0101-31731999000100010


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Journal Title: Trans/Form/Ação

ISSN: 0101-3173 (Print); 1980-539X (Online)

Publisher: Universidade Estadual Paulista

LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: Philosophy (General)

Country of publisher: Brazil

Language of fulltext: English, Portuguese

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Paulo Ghiraldelli Júnior


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Abstract | Full Text

O texto fala a respeito do debate entre Searle e Rorty sobre "irracionalismo" de Rorty. Ele tenta mostrar que a posição de Rorty está fora do campo "realismo versus anti-realismo" e o "irracionalismo" não é um bom adjetivo. Searle estaria sobre uma linha incorreta em sua abordagem do tema da verdade em Rorty.<br>The article talks about debate between Searle and Rorty on a "irrationalism" of Rorty. The text tries to show that the Rorty's position is out of the field "Realism versus Anti Realism" and the "irracionalism" is not a good adjective. Searle would be on a incorrect line in his account of the Rorty's theme of truth.