Insisting Upon Himself, by David Bax

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  1. Carl Plantinga says:

    Your suggestion that the truth is dependent only on the individual is just plain wrong. Either Middelstein worked for Goerring or he did not. If his daughter decides to believe that he did not, that is not her “truth,” but it is her story. As Errol Morris says, there is a truth out there. It can be difficult to find. But the documentarian must search for that truth. To give it up for the “frisson of ambiguity” is irresponsible.

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