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Within this conceptual framework, ‘criteria’ have to be understood as guarding competent language use prior to and different from both our actual linguistic performances and our inquiries into these performances. Rules and attunement Mulhall’s weaker explanation depends, however, on the idea that normativity in our language use is best understood in terms of rules. Discussing the systematic issues involved in the controversy between Affeldt and Mulhall, Putnam addresses this point. He asks whether it is the case that going on without criteria ‘construed as rules which belong to a framework of rules which is independent of the particular judgment that those rules “justify” ...
We can recall here that the issue was not whether some of our talk involves criteria understood as rules, but whether all of our language use is perspicuously understood in this way. ’). Somewhere, in some of the ways how we use language, rules determine what can be said, somewhere but not everywhere. Yet, nowhere can universals secure understanding of what we say or someone else says to us. ’ I can explain, if necessary, how I project the word ‘chair’ from one context to the one where we are now dealing with something that looks like a bean-bag and that strikes me as something like a chair.
Mulhall feels that if we reduce the role of criteria only to situations of contested judgments we would lose precisely the capacity to see our everyday judgments as normative, as open to evaluation as correct or incorrect. For such talk presupposes the existence of standards of correctness, of norms; it must be possible for us to justify how we go on, and as Wittgenstein tells us ‘justiﬁcation consists in appealing to something independent of what is being justiﬁed’ (PI, p. 265). ”’16 Otherwise, as Mulhall seems to suspect, criteria would be created by the very context of justiﬁcation that they are supposed to adjudicate.
Beyond the Philosopher's Fear (Intersections: Continental and Analytic Philosophy) by Ludger H. Viefhues-Bailey