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Factual relativism is a mode of reasoning that extends relativism and subjectivism to factual matter and reason. In factual relativism the facts used to establish the truth or falsehood of any statement are understood to be relative to the perspective of those proving or falsifying the proposition.

Factual relativism (also called epistemic relativism, epistemological relativism or cognitive relativism) is a mode of reasoning that extends relativism and subjectivism to factual matter and reason. In factual relativism the facts used to establish the truth or falsehood of any statement are understood to be relative to the perspective of those proving or falsifying the proposition.

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What is Relativism?

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Duncan Pritchard: Wittgensteinian Epistemology and Epistemic Relativism

Professor Duncan Pritchard (University of Edinburgh) speaks as part of the seminar series "Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Debates", 18th September ...

Richard Dawkins on Relativism

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Does Objective Knowledge Even Exist (Epistemological Relativism)?

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PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Contextualism [HD]

In this Wireless Philosophy video, Geoff Pynn (Northern Illinois) explains epistemic contextualism, which says that the word “know” is a context-sensitive term.