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Moderate Relativism By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for moderate relativism rather than extreme relativism.
Moderate Relativism By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for moderate relativism rather than extreme relativism.
The Logic of Relativism By Mark Ressler
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This in-depth study aims to develop a rigorous analysis of the nature and the logic of relativism in general as a basis for evaluating the charge of self-refutation against relativism. It develops a... More > general definition of relativism that distinguishes relativism from structurally similar notions such as conventionalism and contextualism. On the basis of this definition, it formulates a series of logical systems that each might be presented as candidates for the logic of relativism. Each system is evaluated to see whether it can sustain the charge of self-refutation. The result is that one of these systems can be proven not to be self-refuting, even under increasingly stronger challenges. Consequently, this study argues that even global relativism can be demonstrated not to refute itself, despite the long history of arguments to the contrary.< Less
Moderate Relativism By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Boook Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that law, ethics, and politics are all based upon Moderate Relativism, and, that Moderate Relativism entails Moderate Idealism and Moderate Realism.
Moderate Relativism By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Boook Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that law, ethics, and politics are all based upon Moderate Relativism, and, that Moderate Relativism entails Moderate Idealism and Moderate Realism.
The Logic of Relativism By Mark Ressler
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This in-depth study aims to develop a rigorous analysis of the nature and the logic of relativism in general as a basis for evaluating the charge of self-refutation against relativism. It develops a... More > general definition of relativism that distinguishes relativism from structurally similar notions such as conventionalism and contextualism. On the basis of this definition, it formulates a series of logical systems that each might be presented as candidates for the logic of relativism. Each system is evaluated to see whether it can sustain the charge of self-refutation. The result is that one of these systems can be proven not to be self-refuting, even under increasingly stronger challenges. Consequently, this study argues that even global relativism can be demonstrated not to refute itself, despite the long history of arguments to the contrary.< Less
The Logic of Relativism By Mark Ressler
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This in-depth study aims to develop a rigorous analysis of the nature and the logic of relativism in general as a basis for evaluating the charge of self-refutation against relativism. It develops a... More > general definition of relativism that distinguishes relativism from structurally similar notions such as conventionalism and contextualism. On the basis of this definition, it formulates a series of logical systems that each might be presented as candidates for the logic of relativism. Each system is evaluated to see whether it can sustain the charge of self-refutation. The result is that one of these systems can be proven not to be self-refuting, even under increasingly stronger challenges. Consequently, this study argues that even global relativism can be demonstrated not to refute itself, despite the long history of arguments to the contrary.< Less
The Logic of Relativism By Mark Ressler
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This in-depth study aims to develop a rigorous analysis of the nature and the logic of relativism in general as a basis for evaluating the charge of self-refutation against relativism. It develops a... More > general definition of relativism that distinguishes relativism from structurally similar notions such as conventionalism and contextualism. On the basis of this definition, it formulates a series of logical systems that each might be presented as candidates for the logic of relativism. Each system is evaluated to see whether it can sustain the charge of self-refutation. The result is that one of these systems can be proven not to be self-refuting, even under increasingly stronger challenges. Consequently, this study argues that even global relativism can be demonstrated not to refute itself, despite the long history of arguments to the contrary.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less