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First published Mon Sep 23, 2002; substantive revision Tue Sep 27, 2011
First published Sun Feb 2, 2003 Relativism is not a single doctrine but a family of views whose common theme is that some central aspect of experience, thought, evaluation, or even reality is somehow relative to something else.
First published Tue Feb 4, 2003; substantive revision Mon Nov 7, 2011 How is moral knowledge possible?
First published Thu Feb 19, 2004; substantive revision Tue Dec 9, 2008 Moral relativism has the unusual distinction—both within philosophy and outside it—of being attributed to others, almost always as a criticism, far more often than it is explicitly professed by anyone. Nonetheless, moral relativism is a standard topic in metaethics, and there are contemporary philosophers who defend forms of it: The most prominent are Gilbert Harman and David B.
First published Thu Jun 1, 2006; substantive revision Mon Aug 7, 2006
First published Mon Oct 3, 2005; substantive revision Thu Dec 10, 2009
First published Fri Jul 18, 2003; substantive revision Thu Mar 8, 2012
First published Mon Oct 13, 2003; substantive revision Thu Nov 6, 2008