"Saying there is no absolute truth, is, well, your view of an absolute truth."
No, truth is a concept, it does not exist. If truth does not exist, how can 'absolute truth' exist? My 'view' is to provide objective definitions and rational explanations for how the world/universe works. It is not dependent on opinions or conjecture.
"So if that statement is true..."
Truth is dependent on observation to verify if a statement or proposition resolves to the world. Can you show be what the concept of 'absolute' looks like, or where I might find it? Can you PLEASE define it for me, this would be a great starting point, if you cannot show me an instance of it?
"You cannot state absolutely that there are no absolute truths."
I never did... I merely defined 'truth' as a concept, that does not exist in the universe. I have not provided a definition for 'absolute', but I'm thinking the two terms are contradictory...
Thanks for the input, and I appreciate the constructive discussions... Cheers!
By saying truth is a concept, you are purporting to present a 'truth'.
Also inherent to 'truth' is that it is not dependent on the observer. It's existence is external and independent of anyone's observation or acceptance.
I suppose one could postulate that within their views one or more truths are not acceptable. This does, however, not negate the existence of truth, it merely means that that person (or anyone who agrees) does not accept that what is being presented is a truth.