Latest Relativism Stories
A recent neuroimaging study reveals that the ability to distinguish true from false in our daily lives involves two distinct processes. Previous research relied heavily on the premise that true and false statements are both processed in the left inferior frontal cortex.
By Johnson, Thomas H An undergraduate anthropology student came to me with an assigned reading in a philosophy course at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. The student was confused.
By Ulin, Robert C Cultural relativism is among the most misunderstood yet socially charged concepts associated with anthropology today.
- A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.