Universal & questioning; progress & answering

Discussing universal & questioning is clearly not a simple matter.

I told you in one of my first article (only in French so far) that, for me, absolute could only be reached through questioning, that the question was the only “truth” shared by everyone, a pure interrogative absolute then. As soon as an attempt to answer is made, other possibilities are de facto excluded. When a proposition A is hold as the truth, then its contrary not-A becomes false. A and not-A will nonetheless both have their own followers, we’ll come back to that later on. Answers seen as truths are thus neither shared by everyone nor constant over time, contrary to the original question which could perhaps be ignored but certainly not disproved. Let’s take the “Is there a God?” question as an example. Answers to that are extremely various, only the question itself is shared by everyone. That’s what Sans Echo is about, the place where the questioning takes place.

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