How must relativism be construed to be coherent?

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 24 (1):55-75 (1994)
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This essay attempts to clarify certain notions that the author finds useful for the discussion of relativism and then to show what kinds of relativism about values, rationality, and truth are and are not coherent.
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