What of Value?
Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 12:24PM
Brian Nelms, Host/Producer in Evil, Good, Philosophy, Relativism, Relativity, Truth, Value, logic

If the endorsement of a perceiver has become the qualifier for determining whether or not something has worth, then value and virtue, good and evil — all are subject to relative redefinition and, as a result, devaluation or simple denial altogether. Value may seem as an unquestionable measure or quality to some, but when considering that even truth is nonexempt from the penning or pronouncements of the critic, the logical outworking follows for the treatment of any such trait affected or influenced by truth: no exception.

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