Can be found at After Nature.
Leon breaks apart the difference between ontological and epistemic realism, whereas I did not directly address the issue, a blind spot in my prior arguments. When I wrote of scholastic realism, I meant ontological realism, but my arguments often drifted into examples from epistemic realism. Why? Because of the particular nature of pragmatic realism, wherein both realisms line up. Why do they? It's an artifact of Peirce's legacy to pragmatism of non-representational theories of experience (see my prior posts).
Apologies for any confusion this may have caused.