You’re right from your perspective but there are others.

I do not reject your definition of things; I accept that from your worldview, using the sets of assumptions you have built up and the tools that you are using, it works for you.  I think that’s marvelous.  But I reject the universality of it.

I tend to approach things from a sociocultural/historical perspective. I don’t know if that helps you understand any better but what you may see as absolutes, I do not.  I see them as perspectives that have a historical and cultural basis and are contingent upon acceptance of a set of a priori constraints.

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