In this paper I present relativism (as found in John MacFarlane's work) using 2-dimensional propositional matrices and other tools from philosophical semantics. I also identify some of the key features of relativism and closely related theories, distinguishing relativism from contextualism and nonindexical contextualism (moderate relativism). Next, I discuss the problem of disagreement, and the problem facing the relativist who tries to capture genuine disagreement. Finally, I gesture at my preferred view, that the sentences under consideration are 'assessment indexical', and provide an insight into its possible mechanics.
"On the Sensitivity of What is Said (and Heard),"
International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities: Vol. 4:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/ijurca/vol4/iss2/6