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Aletheia was a Greek Goddess. The word is often translated into English as truth – and Aletheia’s Roman counterpart is called Veritas. However, as Heidegger and others say, truth is really insufficient as a translation. Truth is a noun in … Continue reading

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Pentimento (Aletheia)

Does a sculptor chip away To uncover the image within? Or is structure created As marble is shaped? The age old question: Does Science discover Truth or create it? Is beauty innate, or in the eye of the beholder? (And … Continue reading

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