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Wittgenstein and relativism

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Wittgenstein is often associated with different forms of relativism. However, there is ambiguity and controversy about whether he defended relativistic views or not. This paper seeks to clarify this issue by disambiguating the notion of relativism and examining Wittgenstein's relevant texts in that light.
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Keywords: Gaskin; Wittgenstein; epistemology; logic; rationality; relativism

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-01-01

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