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THE PROBLEM OF RELATIVISM - Welcome | Philosophy.pdf

THE PROBLEM OF RELATIVISM Relativism : this is the theory that truths and values depend on particular viewpoints. One cannot say that certain things are good or ...  

The Refutation of Relativism - University of Arizona.pdf

Relativism -2- last date corrected: November 7, 2001 1. All truth is relative to the interests and perspective of the person making the truth claim ...  

Relativism, Absolutism, and Democracy - JSTOR.pdf

RELATIVISM, ABSOLUTISM, AND DEMOCRACY FELIX OPPENHEIM University of Delaware INTRODUCTION Political convictions may be said to be tied up with ...   Down

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  • Relativism, Absolutism, and Democracy - JSTOR

    RELATIVISM, ABSOLUTISM, AND DEMOCRACY FELIX OPPENHEIM University of Delaware INTRODUCTION Political convictions may be said to be tied up with …

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  • What is Relativism? - Department of Philosophy | New …

    1 What is Relativism? PaulBoghossian INTRODUCTION Few philosophers have been tempted to be relativists about absolutely every-thing—although, we are told, there ...

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    Relativism says that whatever you believe is true for you irrespective of anyone else. In effect, relativism marginalizes everybody's standpoint except your own. In

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  • The Sophists and Relativism - JSTOR

    The Sophists and Relativism RICHARD BETI' It is frequently alleged that the Sophists were relativists. Claims to this effect can be found in general histories of ...

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