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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on April 14, 2001 14:37:28 UTC


I think you posted this while I was posting the one above. It is nice to know someone else thinks along the same lines I do.

As language is all we have, the concept "absolute truth" serves no purpose unless we can establish a relationship which can be accepted by the "communicators" as absolute truth.

It is my position that the only absolute truth which can exist is a truth which is true by definition. This requires "the communicators" to agree on something. If we agree on absolutely nothing then communication itself is impossible.

Your thoughts???


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