relativitist

relativitist

(ˌrɛləˈtɪvɪtɪst)
n
a variant of relativist
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Whilst not a relativitist, Heidegger still posited that, because of this continuing interpretation there is no end or ultimate meaning or truth behind the phenomena being interpreted, only constant revisions and elaborations (Heidegger, 1962).
Almost three quarters (73.%) of undergraduates who reported that they were a hedonist had been in a rebound relationship compared to 60.7% who were "relativitists" (intercourse with a new person depended on the situation- e.g.
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