Truths c / It is said that "there are three truths, your truth, my truth, and the truth". This philosophy of reality is most often seen in the journalistic principle of "telling both sides of a story", a theory that believes an ultimate truth can be discovered simply from the combination of two distinct parts. As a methodology this reduces all debates to binary oppositions, with the tendency to exasperates conflict between the opposing views rather than increasing understanding.


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