Consider the following argument:
If want to know that something is true, I need to first know what is truth. If I need to know what is true, I need to find the truth. (Is there any other way to know about truth?) BUT If I want to find something, I need to know that thing. and to know something I need to find it.
Corollary: Truth is impossible to find.
I am a newbie to logical thinking though I am a programmer.
It's the kind of reasoning which came up to my mind. How could I more precisely reason about this problem?
From Politis Philosophy GuideBook to Aristotle and the Metaphysics I found this passage / Answer
"To search for an explanation is to search for the answer to a ‘Why?’ question (dia tí; ‘Why?’). But we can only ask ‘Why?’ questions if there is something that we already know or something that at least is already evident to us. This means, Aristotle argues, that we can search for explanations only if, to begin with, there is something that we know, or that is evident to us, directly and without this knowledge involving a search for explanations. And he argues that such direct and non explanatory knowledge is, precisely, sense perception."