An Argument for Objectivity in Nietzsche’s Perspectivism and Creationist Religious Views


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An Argument for Objectivity as the Best Way in which to Know the Truth in Nietzsche’s Perspectivism and the Problem of Subjectivism in Creationist Religious Views of Nature
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The most important way in which the truth can be argued is through objective evidence that is provided by the observer of the particular phenomenon. In light of Subjectivity in the tradition of religion, many aspects of what is considered truth are often derived from Creationist belief systems that have been contrived an altered by clergy. For instance, the Roman Catholic Bible was constructed at the Council of Nicaea, which resulted in a selective use of particular religious views (the text of Genesis) on Nature being the result of God’s...
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.....ore so, if one cannot physically or objectively prove the existence of the Creator as an agent of Nature, Nietzsche would argue that these are merely the opinions of men influencing false or made up assumptions. In this manner, the “truth” can never be the truth (no matter how ancient or old it is) unless there is some objective way in which to prove that Nature is a God or Goddess or whatever Demiurge inferred by religious dogma. This why belief systems alone are subjective when they discuss Nature, revealing the important aspects of Nietzsche’s perspectivism that are vital to understanding how beliefs are relativistic and that they must be proved through objectivism to underscore the “truth” of the origins of the Earth in religious views.