Departmental Bulletin Paper 相対主義と相対化主義
Relativism and Relativizationism

立花, 希一  ,  TACHIBANA, Kiichi

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There are at least two views on what relativism is. One is a view that relativism is a position that claims any positions are equally wrong or equally false as well as equally right or equally true. Another is a view that relativism is not the position that claims any positions are equally wrong or equally false but a position that claims any positions are equally right or equally true. This paper critically examines the two views and concludes the latter is a more proper concept of relativism according to critical rationalism, and the position that claims any positions are equally wrong or equally false is not relativism but relativizationism, which is compatible with criticism in Popper’s sense.
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