Should we believe in truth, goodness, and beauty?

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It’s been said that truth, goodness, and beauty are the classic transcendentals. They exist independent of perception and have been eroded over the generations. First, beauty became a matter of perspective. See, for example, the changing norms of what is considered attractive. Second, goodness and objective grounds for ethics and values became obscured. For example, what is good or bad is often seen as a…

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Clayton J. Hester

Clayton J. Hester

Country boy. Explorer of the creative process & life, the arts, storytelling, innovation and history of ideas. Omnia in gloriam Dei facite — claytonjhester.com