The Parmenides Foundation is founded on the principle that “In an increasingly complex and constantly changing knowledge society thinking is the key success factor in economics, politics and education.” That principle clashes with anti-realist accounts of truth.
I am not talking about straw man arguments in this case because the subject of the paper by Karakostas is not his invention. Specifically, the concept of reality in philosophy is as old as Parmenides. However, deductions based on hidden premises can be problematic, especially when they deal with the nature of reality.
In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Joe Salerno provides the following introduction to Fitch’s paradox of knowability: