When we consider the urban world, truth can be understood and employed as either a value or systemic function. Here lie the very two limits of the systemic dynamics in terms of understanding-truth relationship. Firstly, I can very well take into consideration the truth understood as systemic value. And, under these premises, I should bring up the excessive ideological authority raised by this understanding approach to the truth at the system level.
Further, I would consider the truth as a systemic function. And, in this particular case, this understanding is always accompanied by the risk of critical relativism. These two limits draw the epistemological frame where the matter of the relationship of the understanding acts can be linked to the issue of truth in the urban systemic contexts (contexts of the worlds similar to urban systems).
At the same time, I should say that right here lies the premises for understanding the mechanisms of validation which are close to the same worldlike systems. In this presentation, I am firstly concerned with how we can speak about truth in moral decisions, within the social urban systems, in the limits drawn by the values and functions of the decisions that hold systemic validation.