Martin Heidegger (1884-1976) An existentialist. Rejected the correspondence theory of truth. Truth is relational. Truth is found in experience and in language.
Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) No proposition can be limited to a single meaning because its meaning is necessarily dependent on its context. Language (and therefore truth) exists in a social context.
I believe the ultimate goal of the human sciences to be not to constitute, but to dissolve man Claude Levi-Strauss. The individual fades into the social and linguistic structure. To understand humans, do not study humans but culture.