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Print publication is concentrated in publishing houses and journals which generally attempt some self-consistency in their value-judgements.
If we are to have ethical absolutes, they should pass the Kantian test of self-consistency.
In these terms, objective reality itself becomes a determination of consciousness, and truth is measured not in terms of its correspondence to the external world, but rather in terms of the self-consistency of consciousness.

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