The Only Truth Existing
The Only Truth Existing
anything that can be called truth – a choice that would make us deny what we
most profoundly as our own being; or we must look beyond the realm of our “natural”
experience for a validation of our certainty.”
statement holds the only truth found for certain in our “natural” experience that, as
evolution, just as long as we believe that we think, we are proved to exist. Thinking
conclude that our existence is a truth, and may be the only truth, that we should find
From the “natural” experiences of our being, we hold beliefs that we find are our
perceptions, that may likely to be very wrong. Subjectiveness, or personal belief, is
always, liable for self-contradiction. Besides the established truth that we exist, there
no other truths that are certain, for the fact that subjective truth may be easily refuted.
Every person possesses his or her own truth that may be contradicting to another
motion of circumstances of who said it, to whom, when, where, why, and how it was
where another may believe is a beverage container. Where one will understand the
depends on our own experiences, and how something becomes true for us. Many
circumstances are necessary to derive at one?s truth, whether it is an idea, object, or
language. All perception, besides the perception of existence, is uncertain of being
Every thought, besides the idea that we think, has the possibility that it may be proven
perception of the earth was thought to be flat. This notion was an established truth to
point, to accept the newer truth that the earth is round, meant that, what one believed
true, really wasn?t. And, what if, at some point in the future, we were told by a better
educated group of observers that the earth is not round, but a new shape we?ve never
what we may have once believed to be the absolute truth, may be proven wrong at
time. And what we actually know, may not be the truth after all.
Truth may also be refuted through the identified appearance or sense of an object. A
great modern philosopher, Bertrand Russell?s, idea of appearance and reality
perception of a table and its distribution of colors, shape, and sense, vary with each
several people are looking at the table at the same moment, no two of them will see
exactly the same distribution of colours, because no two can see it from exactly the
point of view, and any change in the point of view makes some change in the way the
is reflected.” What one person sees the table as green, one might see as red at
viewpoint. And what might seem to have color is actually colorless in the dark. What
might perceive as being rectangle, may look oval in another view. What may sense
table to be hard by a touch of the fingertips, may be soft by the touch of the cheek.
Determining hardness of the table depends on pressure applied and judge of the
the right angle to look at or sense the table. There are no determining factors in which
angle or measurement is better to judge than the other in sense of color, shape, and
an object. Every object is determined self-contradicting which can be refuted by
questioning its perception and even the existence for its use.
Our experiences from our “natural” existence gives us a bias of all that is true, which
self-contradicting. The ideas and objects that we encounter are determined true by
being. The relationship of the ideas and objects in connection with another person?s
may be contradicting to my own beliefs. “I am, [therefore] I exist,” may be the only
reason, logic, and perception in relation to all individuals, but we can test to the
our existence by thinking, therefore, being.
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