• an attitude of rational curiosity

  • an attitude of rational curiosity

The nature of truth in an age of perspectives

The nature of truth in an age of perspectives

Within a western cultural context there is no longer a singular truth for the way we collectively give meaning to our living and our dying.  Such a cultural shift has given rise to the notion that the term truth has been superseded by the term perspective.  Within such a context, truth and perspective are viewed as two opposing concepts.  Is this necessarily the case, or, may truth and perspective both have a place in the way we give meaning to our lived experience?

The nature of truth in an age of perspectives

 

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