posted on Jul, 28 2017 @ 04:45 PM
a reply to: Myollinir
The can both appear to be right because they exist in the limited realm of human perception.
Many things that we perceive as a paradox actually point to our own limitations rather than something that exists independently of us humans.
Objective truth may very well exist, but we would perceive it subjectively all the same. I'm not sure its accurate to say because we are limited in
this way, so too must the entirety of the universe be the same.
We can take two people and make them look at a painting. One sees a duck and the other, a rabbit. Does this mean that it must
be one or the
other, or even something like the painting doesn't really exist because of a perceived conflict?
I don't think so at all. The objective information exists without issue in the painting and the only time that seems to change is when it is parsed by
unique, subjective entities.
In the same way with the universe at large, and something like God(s), the information is out there regardless of what we do or do not perceive.
In other words, objective truth may not be possible for us humans to perceive, but our interpretations might very well be representations of
information and truth that exists entirely objectively.