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It is not a thesis about discourse or thought. It a thesis about (much of) what exists. The opposition between R and its antirealist opponents only arises when both parties have agreed that something exists (obtains) in some way or other, with some status or other. The question is as to which way or which status. This also implies that R is not, as such, opposed to views that A Sensible Metaphysical Realism 31 something or other does not exist at all. Someone who denies that there are propositions, or unexemplified properties, or possible worlds, or unobservable objects, or God, or whatever, is not contradicting R, although various proponents of R may also disagree with these claims.
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