From Fictionalism to Realism (inbunden)
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Engelska
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160
Utgivningsdatum
2013-01-08
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Unabridged ed
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Barbero, Carola/Ferraris, Maurizio
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Illustrations
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1
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9781443842204
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In ontology, realism and anti-realism may be taken as opposite attitudes towards entities of different kinds, so that one may turn out to be a realist with respect to certain entities, and an anti-realist with respect to others. In this book, the editors focus on this controversy concerning social entities in general and fictional entities in particular, the latter often being considered nowadays as kinds of social entities. More specifically, fictionalists (those who maintain that we only make-believe that there are entities of a certain kind) and creationists (those who believe that entities of a certain kind are the products of human activity) present themselves as the champions of the anti-realist and the realist stance, respectively, regarding the above entities. By evaluating the pros and cons of both these positions, this book intends to focus new light on a longstanding debate.
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The three editors - Carola Barbero, Maurizio Ferraris, and Alberto Voltolini - respectively teach Philosophy of Language, Theoretical Philosophy, and Philosophy of Mind at the University of Turin. Barbero is interested in fiction, literature and emotions; her main work concerning these subjects is Madame Bovary: Something Like A Melody (Alboversorio, 2005). Besides hermeneutics, Ferraris is one of the leading experts in social ontology, and his book Documentality has just been translated by Oxford University Press (2012). Voltolini deals with fiction, intentionality and depiction; his main work concerning these subjects is How Ficta Follow Fiction (Springer, 2006).