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  1. Truth is the reflection of reality in consciousness without distortion, adequate to what it really is. Either adequate or not, everything else is false. The truth is either in the understanding or not. There are two polarities in judgments and statements – either True or False.

    The truth is needed to make an effective decision. All life is a road of solutions. That's why it's such an important thing.

    Criteria of Truth are facts, after making a decision, judgments about which are based on an understanding of the subject, the perception of which is considered True.

  2. The truth is one,

    It's the same for everyone,



    it is one and indivisible,

    incomprehensible and unknowable-unable to be an object of thought,

    it is unconditional and independent,


    not subject to description,

    self-sufficient and indifferent to everything that is not the Truth itself

    … Truth is Uncertainty …

    There are many uncertainties, and one of them is the Absolute Truth.


  3. Truth is a subjective truth that coincides with objective reality.
    However, the truth is not always the end, since the absolute truth is such only in relation to some specific, local conditions, for example, in the statement “man is made of atoms” there is an element of absolute truth, but this information is not exhaustive. The larger the system under consideration, the more difficult it is to fit it to some definition that could be called absolute truth. In general, dogmatism and relativism are two sides of truth, and it is not rational to consider only one side, absolute or relative.

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