We humans know that by default, not one person knows truth. Yet we arrogantly proclaim, as if we are the natural purveyors of truth, that truth, the absolute of absolutes, does not exist and therefore no one can know it, much less proclaim it.
I contradict myself the moment I proclaim this absolute, “Truth does not exist.” I am proclaiming that truth, the source of absolute, absolutely does not exist. If truth does not exist absolute does not exist, nothing is for certain and nothing ever began, including us. If truth exists, it is wholly true and irrefutable. If it does not exist, its nonexistence is not true; therefore truth exists, and must exist to say it does not.