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how can you claim an absolute when everything is not known

/u/Clarisse88 wrote about it, including the consequences of relativism on individuals: Absolutism vs. relativism - is truth subjective?

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Actually, it's not that "everything is not known". Of course there are many things that are known for a fact to be true (e.g. there's gravity on earth, 2 2 = 4, etc.). Now, that doesn't mean we as humans know everything, because the truth is that we don't. There are still many things that are completely unknown to us, but that doesn't mean we can't rely on what we already know to be true. /u/TattooedWanderer

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Maybe I worded it wrong, I just meant that there are things we can't know. That's all. Manic writing at it's finest.

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