This chapter frames Pyrrhonian scepticism and epistemic relativism as meta-philosophical threats that rely on the same argument: the Agrippan trilemma. Philosophers have traditionally attempted to neutralize both threats by means of a common response to this argument. The chapter surveys a number of such responses before outlining a more promising, dialectical argument against epistemic relativism that has no anti-sceptical ambitions. In doing so, it elucidates the book's central claim that Pyrrhonian scepticism and epistemic relativism are distinct threats that require different responses.
Bland, S. (2018). Introduction, in Epistemic relativism and scepticism, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-14.
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