The other day I ran across the following from an atheist who believes there is no such thing as absolute truth.
“I would argue there is no such thing as an absolute truth. Things we thought true hundreds of years ago are now seen as fantasy, and 200 years from now will probably be no different.
If we say truth is something that corresponds with reality, then we would learn the most reliable truths from testing, observation and evidence. This is also known as the scientific method.”
If there is no such thing as an absolute truth, is a statement like, “I would argue that there is no such thing as an absolute truth” rational? Or, is it self-refuting?
This demonstrates the logical absurdity of denying absolute truth.