Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/13385
Author(s):
Guillaume Rochefort-Maranda
Publisher(s):
Springer (Springer Science+Business Media B.V.)
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In this paper I articulate a fictionalist solution to the closure problem that affects constructive empiricism. Relying on Stephen Yablo’s recent study of closure puzzles, I show how we can partition the content of a theory in terms of its truthmakers and claim that a constructive empiricist can believe that all the observable conditions that are necessary to make a part of her theory true obtain and remain agnostic about whether or not the other truthmakers for the other parts of her theory obtain. This can be done even though she asserts her theory as if it was wholly true

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