I always enjoy your comments, and emails of support regarding my articles posted here on my blog. While not always positive, I find each and every one just as important and deserve equal attention and respect. I may not always agree with your perspective, but I will always try and respect your point of view, notwithstanding reason and logic.
It's time for us to distribute the differences between "reality" and "truth." What is truth to reality anymore? It seems to me that what we're seeing, hearing, and feeling are distancing itself from truth or manipulating truth with diversions.
So then I ask: What IS truth?
I do not think Damien was searching for an answer, but rather stating a point. Nonetheless, the question stayed with me day and night. This exchange raises the perennial question of the nature of truth.
This commonsensical view presupposes a basic law of logic called the law of bivalence, which stipulates that any unambiguous, declarative statement must be either true or false. It can be neither true nor false; nor can it be both true and false. "There is a brown desk in my study" is true or false.