On the fundamental obstacle for us to understand reality

The fundamental obstacle for us to understand reality is that being and the attributes that define being are orthogonal, that is, diametrically opposed. The problem with this fact is that it means that “one” object equals “all” objects, and that “the” truth thus equals “all” truths.

“The” truth is thus per definition either ambiguous or contradictory between “all” truths, which per definition is more than one, since the being and the attributes that define being are orthogonal, and that one can’t be all.

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