"'Truth is not 'relative' and certainly not 'subjective' in the popular sense of the word. It is always, or almost always, completely determined within a thought style. One can never say that the same thought is true for A and false for B. If A and B belong to the same thought collective, the thought will be either true or false for both. But if they belong to different thought collectives, it will just not be the same thought! It must either be unclear to, or be understood differently by, one of them. Truth is not a convention  but rather (1) in historical perspective, an event in the history of thought, (2) in its contemporary context, stylized through constraint.'" - Juergen Fleck via Bruno Latour, Reassembling the Social.

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