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According to Bertrand Russell “The one thing we know about the table is that it is not what it seems”. Do you agree? Write three paragraphs, each with a clear point, example and comment outlining your arguments for and/or against Russell’s view
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Explain Russell's argument for indirect/representative realism with his example of the table, then criticise it, perhaps with Berkeley's Idealism, though Russell has criticisms of Berkeley too. You could also criticise Russell with some form of direct/naive realism. Then decide who is right!
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