Yep, I agree with this.Owen Holden said:Truth is that which is the case, relative to this or that method of decision.
Truth rides on the back of the method of decision. And decisions are made by working on axioms (you need axioms to get started, otherwise you are working in a vacuum).
If you like, a nice analogy is that axioms are the raw material, methods of decision are the tools, and the truth that emerges is the finished product.
There is no absolute truth, just as there is no absolute finished product, it depends on the raw materials and the tools you use.