Relativism, Alternate History, and the Forgetful Reader: Reading Science Fiction and Historiography

Relativism, Alternate History, and the Forgetful Reader: Reading Science Fiction and Historiography

Relativism, Alternate History, and the Forgetful Reader: Reading Science Fiction and Historiography by Derek J. Thiess
English | November 25, 2014 | ISBN: 0739196170 | EPUB/PDF | 184 pages | 0.6/2.5 MB
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Epistemic Relativism and Scepticism Unwinding the Braid


Epistemic Relativism and Scepticism Unwinding the Braid

Epistemic Relativism and Scepticism: Unwinding the Braid by Steven Bland
English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 239 Pages | ISBN : 3319946722 | 2.64 MB
This book confronts the threats of epistemic relativism and Pyrrhonian scepticism to analytic philosophy. Epistemic relativists reject absolute notions of knowledge and justification, while sceptics claim that knowledge and justification of any kind are unattainable. If either of these views is correct, then there can be no objective basis for thinking that one set of methods does a better job of delivering accurate information than any other set of methods. Philosophers have generally sought to resist these threats by responding to the argument that seems to motivate both positions: the Agrippan trilemma. Steven Bland argues that this is a mistaken strategy.

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Relativism and the Foundations of Philosophy

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Steven D. Hales, "Relativism and the Foundations of Philosophy"
2009 | pages: 227 | ISBN: 0262513307 | PDF | 2,5 mb
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Dialogues on Relativism, Absolutism, and Beyond: Four Days in India

Dialogues on Relativism, Absolutism, and Beyond: Four Days in India

Michael Krausz, "Dialogues on Relativism, Absolutism, and Beyond: Four Days in India"
2011 | pages: 141 | ISBN: 0742560333 | PDF | 5,3 mb
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Metaepistemology and Relativism

Metaepistemology and Relativism
J. Adam Carter, "Metaepistemology and Relativism"
English | ISBN: 1137336633, 1349673757 | 2016 | 313 pages | PDF | 1 MB
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Chris Chrisman Goes to College and faces the Challenges of Relativism Individualism and Pluralism

Chris Chrisman Goes to College: and faces the Challenges of Relativism, Individualism and Pluralism

Chris Chrisman Goes to College: and faces the Challenges of Relativism, Individualism and Pluralism
James W. Sire,
1993 | pages: 141 | ISBN: 0830816569 | PDF | 6,3 mb

Chris Chrisman, a young Christian, goes to college only to have his world turned upside down. On campus he finds the challenges to his faith -- both intellectual and personal -- almost more than he can bear. Then he meets Bill Seipel and Bob Wong. Together, the three young men, two of them Christians and the other a self-styled atheist, forge a common bond in the quest for truth. In the process they confront some of the dominant ideologies of the secular university. Weaving the story of Chris's first year on campus with separate expository chapters on such forces as individualism, pluralism, relativism and privitization, James Sire offers a helpful apologetic for those who are searching for truth in a postmodern world. He identifies no fewer than six types of relativism, from "All religions boil down to the same thing" and "It's true for you; it's not true for me" to "God does not exist; naturalism is true." Then in down-to-earth language Sire helps readers to think through these and other complex issues.

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