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  • Scene 7
  • Well, I know that the truth is backed up by theories, such as the Correspondence Theory. It says true propositions are those that correspond with reality.
  • True, but isn’t this where the lines get blurry? Is everything that is true results to good? Does everything good originate from the truth? And what would be considered more right, when it is true or when it is good?
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  • For example, you are real because I can see you, which goes under the expression ‘to see is to believe’ so therefore, that is true.
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  • Ah yes, but that is easy to interpret when truth is independent of what is good. Once the concept of good comes into play, that theory starts to become a whole new thing.
  • That theory is backed up by facts. It talks about the reality, where the reality is what is true. If something is said to be true but cannot be seen in reality, it will cease to be true.
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  • What if an act is true yet it does not come with good intentions? That’s wrong. Depending on a person’s morals, the results can have casualties.
  • For example, if an individual is telling a horrible truth to a friend, that individual has admitted something harshly with poor intentions to deliberately harm a person. That is horrid! It’s just wrong.
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  • For you, that’s what you think. But it’s a whole different story according to those who follow such a concept.
  • Indeed it is, but not according to their morals. It’s true, but it does not follow good actions. Must you harm others in the act of telling the truth? I think not.
  • Another odd idea is that what if a person has good intentions, yet they’ve achieved falsehood? That simply yields negative results. It’s just like the saying ‘the road to hell is paved with good intentions’.
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