By John R. Taylor
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In addition, I would add, any form of epistemological relativism which relies on an ontology in which the world or the properties of objects are determined by language or consciousness or human concepts, cannot be of service to the relativist and ultimately shows the incoherence of any form of epistemological relativism which relies on such an ontology. Stich: "No cognitive norms, therefore relativism" Epistemological relativism also appears to be defended by Stephen Stich in his The Fragmentation of Reason (Stich, 1990).
In Whose Justice? Which Rationality? (hereafter WJWR), Maclntyre has as his goal an attempt to "recover" what has apparently been lost, according to Maclntyre, during the "enlightenment," namely, "a conception of rational enquiry as embodied in a tradition, a conception according to which the standards of rational justification themselves emerge from and are part of a history in which they are vindicated" (Maclntyre, 1988, p. 7). He claims that this conception of rational enquiry takes place within a tradition.
However, even the general statement of ER given by Siegel can still be used to show what kind of contradiction could occur for the relativist. Suppose the relativist maintains that the knowledge claim that there are no standards to evaluate knowledge claims is true, and it is true because of the standards that the relativist herself has. This is certainly a contradiction that the relativist might face. Husserl makes this kind of contradiction explicit in his criticism of relativism in general, which he develops from his criticisms of these specific instances of relativism (anthropologism and psychologism).
An Introduction to Error Analysis: The Study of Uncertainties in Physical Measurements by John R. Taylor