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A very common Manichaeistic (used here for any Absolutist and Dualistic view of the world) reaction to any Relativistic proposal is to say that without referentials it is not possible to live normal life. The problem is that Relativism did not abolish Referentials, it only shows they have limits. To assume that any Referential with a limit must be avoided and feared is in itself an absolute rule, which is exactly what Relativism seeks to undo. But it is almost simplistic to say that /every referential is relative to something/ is the same as /avoid all referential/.

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