Hume was not a relativist, but his arguments helped support elements of relativism.
As we have seen, it even provides an endorsement for them, when that is needed. Harrison, Geoffrey. Relativists can simply accept that the obligation to be tolerant has only relative validity or scope.
Therefore, there is no objective "truth" in morality. It follows that in any complex society there must be a presumption in favor of truthfulness. According to Davidson, the principle of charity—the assumption that other speakers by and large speak truly by our lights —is a pre-requisite of all interpretation.
Karl Mannheim, to whom we owe the sub-discipline of sociology of knowledge, pronounced that historicism is a significant intellectual force that epitomizes our worldview Weltanschauung.