Among the multiplicity of differing opinions about ultimate truth, there should be at least general agreement that there is a multiplicity of differing opinions. Everyone does not agree. Furthermore, most would agree with this proposition: that at least in some ways the contrary positions cannot all be true. And while there may be those who disagree with this proposition, their argument is negated by the fact that there are others that disagree with their insistence to the contrary – and surely these last two positions are contradictory. Such conundrums multiply uncertainty.
On Differing Opinions and the Multiplication of Uncertainty
Posted on:Aug 2, 2012
Captured by:Austin M