The rapid expansion of knowledge in recent times, particularly in the physical sciences, and the succession of hypotheses overtaking and correcting one another have led to a widespread feeling that no conclusions can be more than provisional. Perhaps the supersession of Newton's scheme of the universe, accepted for two centuries as ascertained truth, by a different scheme known as relativity has, more than anything else, made popular the belief that all truth is relative.
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