Mario Montano

Waukegan, IL, United States

About Mario

Bio

Currently I am nobody, but in the future I will be powerful.

Languages

English, Portuguese, Spanish

I'm passionate about

Achieving my goal of being a multi-billionaire.

Talk to me about

•business
•stocks
•civil engineering
•education
•algebra
•linear programming
•investing/funding
•real estate
•construction
•mining
•chemicals
•infrastructure
•licensing

People don't know I'm good at

Soccer(Football)

Comments & conversations

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Mario Montano
Posted almost 2 years ago
What are the educational implications of holding on to objective truth in a culture that values relativistic truth?
Quantum Physics is the reality that you have been taught. Science is constantly changing. I hope you know that. Humans constantly learn, and I can't even imagine what people will discover about the 'Naked Truth' and Quantum Mechanics 2,000 years from now. (Assuming humans are still around.) (BTW)The 'talking about talking' attack, is not a valid argument because then you are also talking about talking. It's a never-ending circle of stupidity because you are equal to anybody choosing to express their beliefs on this site.
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Mario Montano
Posted almost 2 years ago
What are the educational implications of holding on to objective truth in a culture that values relativistic truth?
Actually, I disagree with your examples of objective truths. The North Pole may not be warm and populated from your perspective or mine, but if you somehow grew up in the South Pole then you would believe that the North Pole is warm and even overpopulated. Objective truth is a philosophical theory that is defined as a truth beyond human perception or personal feelings. My point is that our personal perception interferes with finding good examples of objective truth. I do believe that subjective truths are invitations to questions and analysis. But I am sure that the current education system is not focused on finding answers but instead in preparing the less advantageous for the blue collar workforce and advanced students for a higher paying career. Sadly, our present education system suppresses creativeness and questioning; instead it has a (lecture—homework—lecture—homework—test) system. This of course, may not be true, I may be missing out on an elitist, predominantly white, super school where theorizing and questioning is the motto.
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Mario Montano
Posted about 2 years ago
What are the educational implications of holding on to objective truth in a culture that values relativistic truth?
Your individual point of view is your own absolute truth. It is subjective to perception. What you believe is common sense might be "relative" in other people's mind. Even if every single human being came to believe a certain concept to be a fact, that fact is not necessarily the absolute truth that cannot be given another sense in the future.