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  1. B. Richard Beatch (1997). Looking at Feyerabend Through Ontic Coloured Glasses. Philosophical Inquiry 19 (1-2):35-51.
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  2. B. Richard Beatch (1997). Varieties of Relativism. Teaching Philosophy 20 (3):311-314.
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  3. B. Richard Beatch (1996). Barry Smith, Austrian Philosophy: The Legacy of Franz Brentano Reviewed By. Philosophy in Review 16 (1):62-64.
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  4. B. Richard Beatch (1996). The Radical Nature of Margolis' Relativism. Journal of Philosophical Research 21:81-93.
    Joseph Margolis advances a view which he purports to be relativist in both the book and the article “The Truth About Relativism”. He develops this view in opposition to what he calls “relationalism”. Relationalism, however, is very much like what has traditionally been called “relativism”. Thus, in developing his view, Margolis distances himself from relativism as traditionally understood. Given this, the present article aims to determine the following: a) whether and how Margolis’ position is a relativist position; and b) whether (...)
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