Truth V Common Sense

Diary of a Person Being Human

Knowledge as representing an indefatigable truth applicable to all of humanity, that is, each and every individual comprising humanity is a delusion. It is a convenience that applies to the person or persons that believe such a notion ensures safety and survival within a localised social and cultural setting. That kind of knowledge would be very difficult to evidence without consulting every living individual on the planet, and treating each set of views as a singular and unique perspective. Much like statistical data can only be representative of a portion of society, a generalisation, an ideal that indexes certain trends within human endeavour, it cannot be descriptive of humanity as a whole, nor is it meant to be.

What’s more, knowledge is subject to change. If this were not the case then as a species reliant on verbal and non-verbal communication to interact socially with any success, we would not…

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