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  • Enemy Of Truth Cries Don Quixote
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    'Facts are the enemy of truth!' cries Don Quixote de la Mancha. And I wonder, is this the madness of Quixote or Cervantes's inspiration? Can facts really be truth's enemy? Facts aren't adequate to explain how irrational perfection lies at the root of imperfect Aldonza. Facts have always misled us. For history and science, facts are used at all times. Yet in both areas, unprocessed facts are truth's enemy. Facts taken at face value deceive us every time. In the end, Quixote's family hauls him in ...
  • Truth Commissions And Tribunals Of Inquiry
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    Introduction Many countries have faced situations in which their citizens demand accountability for injustices or atrocities committed by their own domestic governments, which are in violation of their human rights. The manner in which varying nations have provided for and acknowledged these facts, on their various public platforms, have been both controversial and diverse. These problems tend not to fade into obscurity if left unaddressed. History has dictated that struggle for truth has been a...
  • Truth
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    Another argument of truth is that, truth can be seen from a lot of different perspective as well. Although this is relative truth, since it's a view or experience of someone, rather than a standard fact which remains constant through out. This point can clearly be seen in the example in which, there is a car crash, and two different people see the crash from two different views. Now what is true to one person might not be true to the other. You can also at the person who experienced the crash. H...
  • Hatsue's Search For The Truth
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    "It is a disordered world which is presented in Snow Falling on Cedars". This disorder is present in both David Gutterson's novel and Hick's film. It is a disorder of society. Through this disorder many truths are examined, such as, the truth of racism and prejudice, the truth of love, of justice, of purity, of accidental occurrences, of facts and evidence, of crime and of cultural identity. The search for these truths and the nature of them is expressed through literator y techniques and cinema...
  • Ubiquitous Issue Of Truth Versus The Untruth
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    No author who writes nonfiction would in their right mind begin a paper with the following lines: "I remember hearing once there are three degrees of truth. There's the 'truth', the 'whole truth', and 'nothing but the truth. ' This piece will fall somewhere between 'truth' and 'the whole truth'". Similarly, would anyone ever take the stand in a court of law and swear to only tell "something in between the 'truth' and the 'whole truth'? These statements would completely undermine anything these i...

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