What Kalyegira fails to understand

What Kalyegira fails to understand

There are 1 comment on the Daily Monitor story from Dec 6, 2010, titled What Kalyegira fails to understand. In it, Daily Monitor reports that:

The curious aspect of public debate in Uganda is the tendency of most of our commentators to rely on assumptions instead of facts to advance their argument; and when they have facts, to fail to capture the complexity of our politics.

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#1 Dec 10, 2010
Facts like assumptions are based on perception.facts while admittedly objective are founded on pereception which perception is largely subjective..remember the 9 blind men and the elephant...consequently it would not be correct for one side to merely posit that it has "the facts" and the other is simply assuming.If facts are real then What is real?

This fatal leaning ignores the ultimate truth that few things are self evident..like death.we all by and large rely on "facts" as presented by the media.

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