DIss0n80r wrote:Is reality one thing or many things?
I am not going to define what REALITY is. This thread is about "what is truth?", it is not about defining the totality of all that exists.
DIss0n80r wrote:The concepts are intimately related. What is true is real. What is real is true. Make sense?
The totality must be either one thing or many. True or false?
at1with0 wrote:So all perception is thrown out the window?
The objectivity of science and of scientific inquiry is often perceived as vital to its ability to uncover truth. This objectivity is seen as a way to ensure that the explanation of the nature of an object is independent of any features of the particular subject who studied it. This means that an objective account of the nature of an object does not draw on any assumptions, values or prejudices of a particular subject and thus can be universally accepted.