There is no knowledge that is not bound by faith. Two aspects to words arise simultaneously. Words at once refer to an existing object at all times, or, words only encompass part of the things they supporting reference.
Science and real thought is oriented upon the former or the latter. However, since the terms by which we have or come upon knowledge is partial, then The truth is both. The only route to asserting which is the more case is based in an understanding that already informs the view.
Being “open minded” to opinions is thus being accepting of the fact that ones view is indeed the only view, since it is the viewing which is granting the knowledge come upon as not ones own view.
It is faith which transcends the determination of Being, whether it be of the Word or the Object.
How might be determine a healthy stance in this contradictory situation ?
What do you say?
Death is objectivity. It is short. Limit. Definition. It is real.
The discourses is eternal life stem from the phenomenal intuitive realm of knowing.
Both gain thier credentials through faith. Faith supplies the compensation necessary for individuals to have real identity.
Death is not the end. But neither is life eternal. Both terms indicate limit and transcendence. And: both exist truly. They arise in context; but they have arisen out of context.
How do we then ethically assert our identity in the real world without positing an out of either absolute objective truth or phenomenal relativity ?
How do we stay with being true existence in reality?