О суждениях личного вкуса: дискуссия между релятивизмом и контекстуализмом

Translated title of the contribution: Predicates of personal taste: discussion between relativism and contextualism

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Abstract

This article discusses the prominent issues of PPTs, such
as taste, fun etc. The main point in the article related to the discussion
between contextualism and realativism, taking into account earlier
researchers. Modern logician and linglinguists notice the puzzle about
faultless disagreement, which is about two contradiction propositions in
dialogue, which contain the PPTs. It is shown that relativists, who based
on the classical theories of reference, propose to expand the number
of parameters. In contrast to them, contextualists pay attention to the
speaker’s point of view. We intuitively assert, that we have to consider
the link between perception of the person and proposition, which he use.
It is proposed to explore the requiring of first-hand experience in PPTs
Translated title of the contributionPredicates of personal taste: discussion between relativism and contextualism
Original languageRussian
Title of host publicationДвенадцатые Смирновские чтения по логике
Subtitle of host publicationМатериалы международной научной конференции 24–26 июня 2021 г.
Place of PublicationМ.
PublisherРусское общество истории и философии науки
Pages294-299
ISBN (Print)978-5-6045557-8-1
StatePublished - 2021
EventДвенадцатые Смирновские чтения по логике - , Russian Federation
Duration: 24 Jun 202126 Aug 2021
http://smirnovreadings.ru/

Conference

ConferenceДвенадцатые Смирновские чтения по логике
Country/TerritoryRussian Federation
Period24/06/2126/08/21
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Keywords

  • predicates of personal taste
  • faultless disagreement
  • relativism
  • contextualism

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