Chapter 6: (Truth) The universality of truth does not entail the exclusivity of truth across time or space.
26. (Context) Assertion, doubt and justification are self-interested activities within a divergent process and must happen from within some limited context to which they well adapted.
27. (Universality) A universal signal is one whose scope of well-adapted-ness transcends the limited social context. -relativism
28. (Necessity) A necessary signal is one whose competing signals are morally prohibited. -pluralism
29. (Certainty) Certainty is a signal that the audience has no right to doubt. -skepticism
30. (Superstition) As the social context shifts over time, past truths will be transformed into past falsehoods.


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