Baghramian, Maria and Carter, J. Adam, “Relativism”, The Stanford
Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2019 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
Accessed 7/23/2020. This lengthy article features a section on
“Eavesdropper Arguments” in epistemology, which looks promising for
deeper research on my topic.
Fieser, James. “Ethics.” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. <iep.utm.edu/
ethics/#SH1a/> Accessed 7/23/2020. Fieser, in the “Meta-ethics” section
of his entry, provides a look at how the epistemological standpoint of
subjectivism links with moral relativism.
Lewis, C. S. The Abolition of Man. In The Complete C. S. Lewis Signature
Classics (New York, HarperCollins Publishers: 2002) 693-738. Lewis uses
works contemporary to his cultural context to demonstrate how the
epistemological standpoint of subjectivism leads to disturbing outcomes
Lemos, Ramon. “Objectivism, Relativism, and Subjectivism in Ethics.”
International Philosophical Quarterly. Vol. 5, Issue 1 (Feb. 1965): 56-65.
Lemos directly shows how the epistemological standpoint of subjectivism
plays out in one’s ethical duties, and provides both a critique of
subjectivism and an argument for objectivism.
Merlo, Giovanni. “Subjectivism and the Mental.” Dialectica. Vol. 70, Issue 3
(September 2016): 311-342. Merlo provides one of the deeper dives into
the mindset of subjectivism that I have seen, which I can use to
provide a good working definition.
Westacott, Emrys. “Relativism.” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. <iep.utm.
edu/relativi/> Accessed 7/23/2020. Westacott provides a brief working
definition of relativism which I can use for laying groundwork.