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Is it okay to only do 2 objections/points in an indirect realism 25m?

I'm planning an essay against indirect realism (25m) and in the revision textbook it only has two issues.

So my plan will be:
Intro
Appeal (accounts for perceptual variation, time lag etc)

Objection : Scepticism about existence of mind independent objects
Reply : Locke
Evaluation

Objection: ideas cannot be like material objects
Reply: assumes representation requires likeness
Evaluation

Conclusion

Is this enough/correct? Thanks :smile:

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