This, for my own good, is likely my last post on theology and epistemology. I am no expert in this area and fear I’ve already demonstrated all to well my ignorance.
But after comments on my last post, I did want to try to clarify, or at least further specify, some of my questions.
Alvin Plantinga writes that the denial of the existence of universals is a kind of anti-realism. Is that a valid assertion? If so, doesn’t that make anti-foundational philosophy and theology anti-realist?
Do feminist theologies — and related theologies — draw upon anti-realist epistemology?
Am I wrongly concerned about this whole issue because anti-realism really is not inconsistent with orthodox Christianity? (Or is it only the concern of a small tribe of analytic philosophers who have no actual influence outside their circle?)