Proving Truths

It’s easy to prove the existence of relative truth. This is easily observable in our world of opinion and multiple-choice living. It is also easy to prove the existence of absolute truth, for it must exist out of intellectual necessity. The question is why does it matter, and what difference does it make?

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2 Responses to Proving Truths

  1. Coops says:

    I was once taught to respond to the notion that there is no absolute truth with this: “There is no absolute truth, except the one you just stated, right?”

  2. Without absolute truth what would man ultimately aspire to? Think of Plato’s “forms” that men can never get a good look at. They can barely see them, ye they try to imitate them.

    -J. Kaiser

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