A favorite shibboleth of Ayn Rand, and essentially impossible to argue with. It would seem trivially true, but is motivated by self-contradictory philosophical assertions, such as the one that it is the true nature of things that we can't know the true nature of things, or that it is objectively true that there is no objective truth.

Alternatively, see fuzzy logic or quantum mechanics.

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