posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 10:03 AM
There are plenty of people out there who believe "there is no truth." If I recall correctly, some of them posted in the following thread. How they
ever believe that they could communicate anything with words while they simultaneously believe that words have no meaning is beyond me.
How do people who believe 'There is no truth' function in society?
What's the point of existing in a world 'without truth'?
To begin with, I may or may not exist in a world without truth. Forget about trying to prove anything beyond whether or not I exist, I can't even
prove I exist to someone who believes there's no truth. A world such as that makes the "Alice in Wonderland" story look reasonable, at least existence
of things wasn't questioned there.
You can never own anything in a world without truth. So, why try to make your life better? Why try to make anyone else's life better?
How would anyone define "better"? As a matter of fact, you may as well throw out the entire dictionary.
Science and logic go in the trash can.
If there is no truth then I would choose non-existence.
There is no existence (in a philosophical sense) in a world without truth anyway.
Just typing this out is making me feel crazy.
edit on 14-3-2016 by Profusion because: (no reason given)