To What Extent Is Truth Different in Mathematics the Arts and Ethics

Now coming to the issue of mathematics, arts and ethics and to what extent they are related to the truth it is necessary to analyze each issue so that it becomes easier to justify the difference on merits. It may appear that truth is closer to one issue as compared to the others. However, it is better to assume that they are all inter-related and the differences only crop on the degrees of the scale of the different aspects of truth in relation to each issue.Truth can be treated as noun, verb, adjective and adverb. Truth can be personified, activated, used as reinforcement and described clearly. This is part of the comparison that will be used to analyze truth on the issues of mathematics, arts and ethics.Mathematics goes hand-in-hand with science. Mathematics is composed of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Mathematics is also composed of ratios, theorems, quadrics, quadrants, By themselves, these forms of mathematics are irrefutable because they have to do with numbers and present nothing but facts. Thus, they are closest to the truth or they are closest to perfection.“Judgments based on values must only be used in the emotion-based areas of knowledge such as the Arts and Ethics but must not be used in areas of knowledge based on the reason that includes the sciences, history and mathematics” (Discuss the ways in which way value judgments should and should not be used in different ways of knowledge, 2010).Emotion-based areas of knowledge such as Arts and Ethics will be dealt with later in this paper. Mathematics is based on areas of knowledge based on reason. Mathematics has less to do with emotion and is reason-based due to which it is center-staged on calculations and evaluations describing cardinal truths involving the various subjects of science such as physics and astronomy.Mathematics not only aims at perfection but also seeks to explain complex ideas lucidly. The brilliance with which numbers can be crunched and tied up with facts was revealed by Archimedes, Sir Isaac Newton.