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  1. Truth is the same thing as truth, that is, something that corresponds to reality. Reality is the object of comprehension, and man is the comprehending subject. The subject cannot be eliminated, otherwise there is no one to comprehend. Therefore, you can't get rid of subjectivity either. However, a person can create metaphysical (descriptive) constructions, inferences in the sphere of which may have absolute truth, since they are not directly related to the object. For example, the conclusion “parallel lines do not intersect” or proved theorems about triangles. These are metaphysical constructions and they have absolute truth.

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