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What Do You Call Reality?

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Posted by Alexander on February 3, 2001 18:34:22 UTC

No, there is no such thing as "absolute reality" or "absolute truth". Just think about it, WHAT do you call "absolute reality" or "absolute thruth"?

What is human "in reality"? Just yesterday it was bunch of organs, now - wrong theory,it is bunch of molecules, tomorrow - again wrong theory - bunch of protons, and on and on and on?

So what is "absolute truth" or "reality"?

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