A concrete truth cannot be subject to perception. It could not be a matter of ideality, nor mere possibility. It forms from a judgement based on empirical principles which are without contradiction. It is a feeling, a character of experience, which determines the truth. It cannot emerge deductively, as it would be conditioned upon a singular judgement. It is a universal truth, as in 2×2=4. It maintains itself as a “guarantee,” an unassailable principle that holds for one and all. Through this the psychological aspect of truth cannot be rendered. It is simply “what is” regardless of beliefs or personal propositions. Within the realm of pure logic, nothing outside of the truth can penetrate its essence, nor can it undergo any sort of change or shift since it carries a universal validity which is impenetrable.
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