“Objective knowledge” is inherently tentative

Robert,H m m m . . . Actually, I don’t doubt the existence of certain objective truths. But as Kierkegaard pointed out, truth is always apprehended subjectively, i.e. from the standpoint of specific human subjects who are embedded in specific sets of social relations that are historically conditioned, and therefore always accompanied by a certain element of subjectivity, even at…

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