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Wikipedia definitely needed a page on radical empiricism, so I made one and added the basic information people need to understand what it is about. However, I haven't had the time yet to think much about style and coherence, so be my guest to juggle the article around a bit.
The Toulmin-part is not usually included in a discussion of radical empiricism, but I see it not as original research but rather as an example of what radical empiricism is and isn't about (it isn't idealist).
Stdbrouw 14:57, 1 January 2007 (UTC)
"flawed" vs. "incomplete"
The third sentence of the article currently reads:
In concrete terms: any philosophical worldview is flawed if it stops at the physical level and fails to explain how meaning, values and intentionality can arise from that.
I think it would make more sense if the word "flawed" were replaced with "incomplete", as in the following example:
In concrete terms: any philosophical worldview is incomplete if it stops at the physical level and fails to explain how meaning, values and intentionality can arise from that.