Another way of refuting relativism is by disputing the philosophy of Phenominology - that all knowlege is subjective outside of self. (this philosophy which is previlent today is responsible for the saying: :“What is true for me is not neccessarily true for you”.
By definition, Phenominology disputes FACT, and ABSOLUTE TRUTH, everything is relative to the individual.
The following experiment illustrates that our subjective preception, from which phenominology and relativism are based are potentially biased against REALITY, FACT, ABSOLUTE TRUTH.
Obtain 3 equal size bowls of water each filled with the same quantity of water. The first bowl contains hot water, the second, tepid and the third, cold water.
Place the left hand in the hot water and the right hand in the cold water for 1 minute.
After 1 minute, place both hands in the tepid water.
The result should be that the left hand senses that the water is cold and the right hand senses that the same water is hot. However, reality is that the water is tepid.
The mind has interpreted this experience incorrectly. The same can also be for optical illusions.
Therefore, we cannot interpret what we see, hear, feel, smell etc as being true based only on our own relative experience if we are not to be deceived. We must test everything according to absolute truth.