But I'm going to take you at your word and assume that those claims are absolutes.
In our society we want to believe in the absolutes of what is right and what is wrong.
Even those with the most well-trained palates cannot speak in absolutes.
The ratio of exchange is relative, but there must be absolutes behind relations.
Whosen is obviously the offspring of the other absolutes in n.
No breath from the class-rooms agitated by Einstein can shake his faith in these absolutes.
So by its very nature it belongs to the class of the absolutes.
He only concerns himself with absolutes—the eternal elements of human life and the immutable tides of human destiny.
As we have seen, he dealt in absolutes: either power was given to an unlimited extent or it was withheld altogether.
In other words we act as if those principles were absolutes, whether we can justify it logically or not.
late 14c., "unrestricted; complete, perfect;" also "not relative to something else" (mid-15c.), from Middle French absolut (14c., Old French asolu, Modern French absolu), from Latin absolutus, past participle of absolvere "to set free, make separate" (see absolve).
Most of the current senses also were in the Latin word. Sense evolution was "detached, disengaged," thus "perfect, pure." Meaning "despotic" (1610s) is from notion of "absolute in position." Absolute monarchy is recorded from 1735 (absolute king is recorded from 1610s); scientific absolute magnitude (1902), absolute value (1907) are from early 20c. In metaphysics, the absolute "that which is absolute" is from 1809.