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In this paper, I introduce the idea of 'radical relativity' to elucidate an undervalued justificatory context for Wittgenstein's affirmation of radical pluralism. I accept D.Z. Phillips's definition of radical pluralism as the view that certain radical differences between people's ordinary practices prevent the latter from being reduced to a necessary set of common interests, meanings, or truths. I argue that radical relativity provides this form of pluralism with the logical justification itdoi:10.15845/nwr.v8i1.3461 fatcat:an3ozgc2xfdd7f4epghodtl7xq