Facts change as knowledge progresses. It is within this progression that these changes ‘must’ take place, that the ideal interactions of knowledge and interpretation formally coincide. Within a union of concepts a basic law remains in its purity; in its unalterable truth of itself. Law is grounded in the possibilities of a possibility and retains its essence through deduction and induction, and within notions propelled by a determination to overcome a concept and reach into the realm of absolute knowledge. Therefore facts are rigid interpretations of the basic law of which they have evolved. They can change, but their truth as possibility will always exist.
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