Replies to Mieke Boon and Catherine Kendig

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One of the greatest intellectual rewards of undertaking the long and often rocky journey of writing a monograph is to find along the way fellow travellers, who have been asking similar philosophical questions. Starting conversations with them, seeing those conversations develop and grow over the years as each other's respective ideas get sharpened, is an immensely enriching experience. In my journey to Perspectival Realism, I had the privilege of having both Boon's epistemological constructivism and Kendig's work on kinding as fellow travellers, among many others. Their respective research provided extremely constructive food for thought, and helpful pointers in thinking about my own ideas and trying to articulate them as clearly as I could. I am very grateful for all these intellectual exchanges and for what I learned from them. It is with an eye to fostering them and continuing them in the years to come that I reply here to both Boon's and Kendig's perceptive commentaries on my book.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)16-19
Number of pages4
JournalStudies in History and Philosophy of Science
Volume103
Early online date18 Nov 2023
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2024

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