I had a first stab at locating various options in the vicinity of contextualism, and trying to match them up with bits of terminology. The result looked like this:
SSC, Subject-sensitivity of content, ??
SST, Subject-sensitivity of truth-value, ‘subject-sensitive content-invariantism’
USC, Utterer-sensitivity of content, ‘contextualism’, ‘indexicalism’
UST, Utterer-sensitivity of truth-value, ‘utterer-sensitive content-invariantism’
ASC, Assessor-sensitivity of content, ‘content-relativism’
AST, Assessor-sensitivity of truth-value, ‘truth-relativism’
Things to note about this classification are:
i. ‘Sensitivity of content’ means sensitivity of sentence-content, but ‘sensitivity of truth-value’ means sensitivity of propositional truth-value, not sentence truth-value (otherwise SC views would give rise to corresponding ST views automatically).
ii. SSC and SST are trivial unless we restrict attention to interesting kinds of subject-sensitivity.
iii. I’m not claiming that all of these options are plausible options …
Comments welcome: is this a fair classification? Are there more positions that I’ve missed? Is there a good name for SSC?