What if we said, everything is real? Every object of human experience, for every human being.
The global working class finds itself divided, not only by identifications like nationality or religious creed, but by ways of worldmaking.
Realism, like smoking, is a hard habit to break.
Some truths you cannot just wish away. But even Trump Tower is no less a product of human labour than is my sandcastle.
Words, concepts, associations, images, representations, logical relationships, and so on are physical tools, built by human activity.
What relativism implies for ethics or for politics depends on what aims you direct it to.
To accept that you are in a building on fire, that you are in danger of your life, does not imply that you passively allow the fire to destroy you.