On the consequence of the lack of a truth

The fact that there isn’t any single truth, ie, that the place for the single truth is empty, means that there is always an escape from every claim of a single truth.

This fact is actually the most fundamental truth of reality: there is no end to our philosophical quest for a truth.

The fact is instead a natural law of an eternal divergence. Never will matters be caught in a single bin, but instead they will forever diverge in many different directions.

Truth is not a matter of objectivity, but of subjectivity. Objectivity can only model reality, not find it.


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