tjohnson Posted December 7, 2007 Share Posted December 7, 2007 Facts are facts. Reality is reality regardless of "condition". A fact that is "related to the human condition." is at best a truism.We can observe or sense "reality" but we each get a different "picture". In order to compare what we are abstracting we need to use language as best as possible. A statement of fact is one that is objective as possible which means that others looking at the evidence will agree with the statement. Saying "facts are facts" over-simplifies a much more complicated process. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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