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  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: MIT Press; Reprint edition (18 Sept. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0262513307
  • ISBN-13: 978-0262513302
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
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."..his version of relativism is, to my mind, the most plausible one to be found in the literature today."-- Benjamin L. Curtis, "Philosophical Quarterly"

"I encourage those interested to read the book with the care it deserves. The arguments are invariably provocative and are presented with admirable clarity and verve."-- Andrew D. Cling, "Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews"

"With surprising and challenging results, Hales scrutinizes fundamental issues about rational intuition. His searching work concludes that, whereas the claim that 'everything is relative' is inconsistent, the alternative claim that 'everything true is relatively true' is not. Hales's original treatment is well worth pondering."--Michael Krausz, M. C. Nahm Professor of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College, and author of "Limits of Rightness"

"Relativism is a central topic in contemporary philosophy, and this timely book adds a fresh and bold dimension to it. Hales has written an original and stimulating book whose conclusions will challenge deep-seated orthodoxies and provoke strong reactions."--Maria Baghramian, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin

."..his version of relativism is, to my mind, the most plausible one to be found in the literature today." Benjamin L. Curtis Philosophical Quarterly

"I encourage those interested to read the book with the care it deserves. The arguments are invariably provocative and are presented with admirable clarity and verve." Andrew D. Cling Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

..".his version of relativism is, to my mind, the most plausible one to be found in the literature today." Benjamin L. Curtis Philosophical Quarterly

..".his version of relativism is, to my mind, the most plausible one to be found in the literature today." Benjamin L. Curtis Philosophical Quarterly



"I encourage those interested to read the book with the care it deserves. The arguments are invariably provocative and are presented with admirable clarity and verve." Andrew D. Cling Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews



-...his version of relativism is, to my mind, the most plausible one to be found in the literature today.- Benjamin L. Curtis Philosophical Quarterly

About the Author

Kevin Narizny is a research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. KennedySchool of Government, Harvard University.


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