Hilary Putnam

Realism with a Human Face. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1990.

CONTENTS
Preface, pp. vii-xi
1.†††
Realism with a Human Face. Part One: Realism, pp. 3-18. Part Two: Relativism (1988), pp. 18-29
2.††† A Defense of Internal Realism (1982), pp. 30-42
3.††† After Empiricism (1984), pp. 43-53
4.††† Is Water Necessarily H
2O? pp. 54-79
5.††† Is the Causal Structure of the Physical Itself Something Physical? (1984), pp. 80-95
6.††† Truth and Convention (1987), pp. 96-104
7.††† Why Is a Philosopher? (1989) pp. 105-119

8.††† The Craving for Objectivity (1984), pp. 120-131
9.††† Beyond the Fact/Value Dichotomy (1982), pp. 135-141
10.†† The Place of Facts in a World of Values (1979), pp. 142-162
11.†† Objectivity and the Science/Ethics Distinction (1988), pp. 163-178
12.†† How Not to Solve Ethical Problems, pp. 179-192
13.†† Taking Rules Seriously (1983), pp. 193-200
14.†† Scientific Liberty and Scientific License (1987), pp. 201-208
15.†† Is There a Fact of the Matter about Fiction? (1983), pp. 209-213
16. ††William Jamesís Ideas (with Ruth Anna Putnam) (1989), pp. 217-231
17.†† Jamesís Theory of Perception, pp. 232-251
18.†† Peirce the Logician (1982), pp. 252-260
19.†† The Way the World Is, pp. 261-267
20.†† The Greatest Logical Positivist (1988), pp. 268-277
21.†† Meaning Holism (1986), pp. 278-302
22.†† Nelson Goodmanís Fact, Fiction, and Forecast (1983), pp. 303-308