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Pilate's question to Jesus 'What is truth?' is still a valid question today. Kant and Bonhoeffer provide disparate answers to it. Kant insists on what he calls the categorical imperative, the prime example being telling the 'truth' despite circumstances. For Bonhoeffer 'truth' is what gives expression to what is 'real before God'. Truth is then embodied in human integrity.

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