This edition comprises a collection of papers on Truth and our failed attempts to find it.
As soon as Mankind conceded that multiple, simultaneous relations are acting-together to produce literally everything present in Reality, we were immediately confronted with a major problem!
How could we extract all these relations accurately, and, thereafter, how could we then discover both their individual and their combined effects? The problem was perplexing, until someone, a couple of millennia ago, suggested that it was actually very easy: the various relations involved were assumed to be fixed, so they remained the same regardless of context.
It wasn’t true, of course.