Components of truth
It is necessary to understand not only if something is true, but under what conditions it is true. This permits an understanding that absolute truths, those statements which are always true regardless of conditions, are illusionary: the variable nature by which an observer effects the observation, the limitations of perception, and even the limits of understanding itself preclude absolute truths. Yet this understanding that some things are beyond understanding permits a knowledge of knowledge: the belief that it is true that beliefs can be let go of is itself true, and non-exclusive of other beliefs. This non-exclusivity of belief allows functional deductive, inductive and inferential logic.