In his renowned book THE DENIAL OF DEATH, Ernest Becker has an overly quoted phrase referring to truth in the modern manner of supply and demand:
"The man of knowledge in our time is bowed under a burden he never imagined he would ever have: the overproduction of truth that cannot be consumed."
The words quoted here are perfectly true, and so are themselves part of that overproduction of truth they refer to. They express most clearly what we believe. There is little to be added and this will be done only in order to make it clear how we understand them.
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