Triadic Philosophy Rejects Infallibility while Pressing on Toward The Truth of Things

Charles Sanders Peirce said  we can never
be held to any absolute
Nothing is infallible
Triadic Philosophy agrees
Infallibility argues that in any sample 
lies whole truth
Anyone familiar with medical trials
knows this is a fallible suggestion 
Time and knowledge render
even cherished axioms fallible
We are all fallible

Still many things can be known
Ignorance is not bliss
Both science and experience 
constantly add to 
what can be assumed
We live according to 
the best guess at the time

Triadic Philosophy's root value
is non-idolatry
It is in this context 
that we should accept our fallibility
even as we keep seeking the truth

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