Is there any such thing as objective truth?
Do you feel that truth can exist without regards to the perspectives of the men trying to convey it and why?
I believe all truth is subjective. It depends on the era, society, species, universe or dimension. You might think the laws of physics define reality, but we have seen physics change. What is truth? How about, what is reality? What is really real? How do you know what is real? Can it change? You need a frame of reference to evaluate objective truth. Not all societies hold the same values and may have different "objective" truths.
One of the Signs, of the Physical, and the Ideal's Reality, is In ... That "Truth" Is Common to both, as, Universal Constant.
Thus, the "Universal Constant" ... Is, Truth.
Truth, In, human relevance, Is, in The Creator's, Ordination. Thus, in such Relevance, Humans Exist For Truth ... not the other way round.
Thus, we Humans, question ... thence, draw up our Science's Logical Concepts ... and Philosophy's Irrational Conclusions ...
And we do so, by, Quantifiying, the Universal Constants, unto Concepts ... called Laws; viz. Newton's Apple, or Einstein's Passing Train ...
Thus, both Law and Theory, being based in Situational observation of just two, of countless Universal Constants ... called Creation.
Truth, therefore, 'can' Exist, without the need, of being Objective, or Subjective.
But Truth Is, can be Subjective in a sense of the word ... especially in matters, where the Subject is Human ...
by emrldphx 6 years ago
For those who are interested, I am putting together a primer on the difference between subjectivity and objectivity. Much of the disagreement in this forum is due to confusion between the two. We'll start with a comparison of the definition of the terms.SubjectivitySubjectivity is a personal...
by Benny Stiltner 6 years ago
Is there such a thing as "Absolute Truth"? Are you absolutely sure...??I am a firm believer in absolute truth. I find it quite difficult to believe that some will consider answering this question with a dogmatic and passionate "No" and to that response I simply wonder if they...
by danmayerisgod 4 years ago
Is reality subjective?If two people observe the same object or event, will they disagree on what exactly they are looking at? If so, why and how does this happen? Give examples. This is a social/philosophical theory I am working on, and I'd like to see if anyone has had similar experiences to my...
by cjhunsinger 3 years ago
It would seem that a question of proof of a claim is always asked and never given or accepted. It may be beneficial to define what a truth is or what a proof may consist of, so that a common agreement can be established and an endless barrage of, show the evidence' and 'thats not proof' can end....
by RighterOne 6 years ago
Is there such a thing as 'Truth'?I've come across a heated issue lately... Is there such a thing as objective truth - that is, certain aspects of reality that stand alone and require nothing else to be 'true'? Or is all so-called truth entirely subjective - that is, it depends on someone to believe...
by AshtonFirefly 2 years ago
I've been researching the relationship between philosophy and science lately, and I came across this opinion during discussion:This person claimed that scientific theories, by nature, are ultimately influenced by and based upon personal philosophies about how to interpret evidence and data. They...
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