I have recently been taken by Plato's theory of forms, and although I used to think of things in a relative manner, I realize that as conceptual entities absolutes cannot be denied. The perfect circle or the absolutely straight line for example, both of which have never been seen in the real world, can be conceptualised in their original forms. If absolutes cannot be denied it follows that all relatives will be contrasted using absolutes and this is in my opinion irrefutable evidence of God's existence.
Would somebody who knows a thing or two about postmodern thought care to prove me wrong? Please, this has been bothering me all day. (Note: this is not a debate on whether or not God exists - even though that is a conclusion that I am inevitably drawing).
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