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NAVIA, Ricardo. Davidson’s Antiskeptic Argument as a Convergence of Radical Innovations. arete [online]. 2010, vol.22, n.1, pp. 69-86. ISSN 1016-913X.

This article exposes Davidson’s antiskeptical strategy. After that analysis it aims to turn clear that the arguments and tools used in this and other aspects of Davidson’s works imply the removal of some of the basic assumptions of the dominant philosophical paradigm of Cartesian basis. Thus: the abandonment of the myth of the subjective and its substitution by the idea of the essentially intersubjective character of thought and its contents; the assumption of the essentially social character of language and, with it, of the normativity, and, in a metaphilosophical level, the abandonment of the foundacionism and the simultaneous rebuttal, by inconsistency, of philosophical skepticism.

Palabras llave : skepticism; triangulation; radical interpretation; externalism; foundacionism.

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