An Incidental Truth No.481

A truth is absorbed by its clarity, its unbroken connectedness to the judgment, shared by others as proven and indisputable. It remains, however, a perception that lies outside consciousness; a reality observed from the natural standpoint and not necessarily from a phenomenological perspective. The truth exists as truth but only in its own context. Outside the corridor of its presence, beyond the realm of its meaning, its noetic content, which in effect is solely related to what physically exists whether in mind or outside of mind, it is a meaningless nothing; a transparent shell of distant images floating freely in a supersensible realm where nothing tangible can permanently adhere nor, for that matter, anything of the pre-psychological domain of the world in itself.

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