Truth is not a relative (or relativistic) concept. Factual propositions are true; they are false; they are too vague to have a true value, or their true value has not been determined. We don’t know, or we do not know yet, is a permissible answer to a question, so long as it is true. It is not always the case that false propositions must be apparently false. Sometimes a false proposition can look true. And vice versa. ~Michael Sean Quinn, PhD, JD, CPCU, Etc.Tweet
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