In this case, the dichotomy between true and false values does not work either. If our previous values turned out to be false (or were declared as such), then why should these others necessarily be true? Here, experiential scepticism plays an important role in the perception of values and their implementation in politics. In general, from the point of view of logic, the term “true values” is more a matter of faith and religion, and by no means rationalism. In addition, given the aforementioned interweaving of values and interests, there is always a temptation to say that any discourse about values is just a pretext to promote crystal-clear geopolitical interests. Hence, negativism arises when, in the perception of values, the key meaning is not a reflection on one’s own values, but the negation of external ones. Therefore, it will not be such a great…

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