The best means to study relativism is to begin with relativism in thinking. To this end, there are pages on deception, illusion and experience. Relativism in the wider world is also outlined, with pages on contexts and paradigms. In addition, examples of ‘antilogic’ are given, where two opposing sides of an argument are presented with equal conviction.
Relativism is much misunderstood and misrepresented. At some point, publications will be made available through this site, which will provide a much fuller account of relativism.
We live in a changing world, and what was certain yesterday is no longer certain today. The fixed thinking of the past cannot cope with change. The modern era is calling for new thinking. That new thinking is relativism.