Being situated seems to need some kind of complement. According to Cambridge Dictionary, it may be used in the following ways:
- with in/on/near/...
- with an adverb
- with a to-infinitive
However, it appears that in the following passage it is not used in any of the above-mentioned ways, and I cannot make sense of the sentence. Am I making a mistake here?
[T]here is no privileged point where one can ground the entire enterprise, and from which one can build up everything else. However, I take it that all knowledge, about logic, as much as anything else, is situated. +