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The Scale Of Reasonability

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Posted by Harvey on April 27, 2001 20:56:53 UTC

Aurino,

Where I differ is that what you consider 'absolute truth' just rank very high on my scale of reasonability. Your 'truths' are more or less reference points for establishing the height of the reasonability scale. My concept of absolute truth is things that are true under any possible condition. Since I think this assertion is just that, an assertion made under the act of reason, I cannot accept such a term. I will accept it as being a very reasonable assertion though.

Warm regards, Harv

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