As one of the comparative research approaches, 'Contextualism
' refers to the position that the truth-conditions of knowledge ascribing and knowledge denying sentences...
A limited and narrowly circumscribed embrace of contextualism
would resolve the unusual legal challenges of co-religionist commerce.
I will focus on epistemic contextualism
, one admittedly controversial theory that arose as a reply to the skeptical worry.
Her eclectic reflections on emotions and decision-making develop another kind of contextualism
that leads intellectual historians toward "an imaginative leap into the minds and lives of others--that is the cultivation of empathy itself" (Rethinking, p.
is a standards-based approach that gives courts discretion to look outside the four corners of a contract to assess the reasonableness and fairness of the deal, keeping in mind the relative bargaining power of the parties.
has special importance; techniques are functionally defined rather than topographically distinguished as from where it originates.
About Communicative Content Generally
Her perspectives include theory of mind, social intelligence, and urban courtship drama; social intelligence and social climbing among picaros and cortesanos; contextualism
, skepticism, and honor; contextualism
and performance in Lope's Lo fingido verdadero; and cognition and reading in Don Quixote.
, Radical Skepticism, and the Concept of Justification.