Truths follow basic laws which, through their own laws, are inter-connected. They share in the same premise, but the premise does not necessarily follow the truth as it is an individual singularity connected only to itself. Truth is found in reflection, an ideal abstraction coming to terms with the laws that exist a priori. It also aligns with a premise which follows a premise which follows a premise; a course of unfolding thought-events and experience. The basic laws of nature, which are inter-connected and infinitely aligned, either coalesce to form an ultimate truth or, through induction beyond what appears, create doubt which opens itself to general determinations and, sometimes, lingers between truth and untruth, separation and inseparability.
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