<epistemology> the view according to which judgments of truth and value depend on one's "perspective". This view is similar to contextualism and can be a valuable tonic to intrinsicism. However, some "radical" versions of perspectivism (for example some interpretations of Nietzsche's thought) come close to making perspectivism a form of relativism.

Based on [The Ism Book]

Edited by Giovanni Benzi


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