“Relativism about Epistemic Modals” (forthcoming)
“Disputing About Taste” (forthcoming)
“Epistemic Modals, Relativism, and Assertion” (2007)
et al., “Folk Moral Relativism” (forthcoming)
John Burgess and Gideon Rosen, A Subject With No Object (1997)
Experimental Philosophy: Hagop Sarkissian, Are People Actually Moral Objectivists?
Joshua Knobe’s diavlogs (BhTV)
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The pdf of “Folk Moral Relativism” cuts off at page 22.
Thanks, Rob. The link is fixed.
Looks like J. Kenobe is reconverting Gender Studies (as they were initially designed) to “analytic” strategies…