What is Truth? Can it be realized as universally held intuitive understanding, or is it delegated to and only established via the means of philosophical debate and subsequent theory? Is there such a thing as truth, or is truth just the most plausible theory to ones individual intellectual prowess, eked out by the examination of the thoughts of modern day philosophers and the questions they gender? Is it possible for man to conceive of and hold unassailable truth intuitively, or are we left to call the fog of philosophical debate, and our only hope is to trust in what might appear to be ‘the most plausible theory’ in light of the multitude of questions that can be raised in a philosophical setting and against any such theory? Can ones philosophical approach be founded upon intuitive God-given truth or do the legion of philosophy’s questions necessitate that all truth is relative to the proclaimed ends of the multitude of theories of philosophical debate and our subsequent acceptance of one theory's proposed end as opposed to another? Are their first truths of reason given to man by God as a basis for all truth and a solid foundation for philosophical questioning, or again is truth only known by, and as a result of, philosophical reasoning, and the end nothing short of its established theories and relative to our finitely perceived understanding of them? Is there truth that a man, though a fool, may understand apart from philosophical debate, and not error therein?