Oh I'm quite aware of the limitations, and the dogma. You shouldn't be so quick to judge. I never once said I accept any notion of 'objective truth'. Incorrect. See, it's your application and misunderstanding of terms here that makes it appear to you that there's a logical inconsistency to be found. 'Science' doesn't make a claim that we cannot "perceive objective truths". For one, no truths are perceptible; all truths are merely logical constructions, not material objects. Second, 'Science' doesn't make any claim to 'objective reality' at all, but only to principles that are probabilistically fruitful within the context of a particular model.