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    Cappelen, Content Relativism, and the “Creative Interpreter”
    Southwest Philosophy Review 29 (1): 211-219. 2013.
    In recent work, Herman Cappelen has defended a position he calls content relativism (CR): the thesis that one and the same utterance may have different content at different contexts of assessment or interpretation. In his most recent treatment of the topic, Cappelen argues for CR using examples involving prescriptive language: instructions, orders, and laws. By pointing out some problems for Cappelen’s argument and suggesting ways they might be fixed, I hope to show how CR might best be develope…Read more