In general I notice that a lot of Western philosophy emphasizes truth as a value.
For example, John Vervaeke argues truth as value using the following argument (to paraphrase): "Would you want to know if your girlfriend or partner is cheating on you?" His students raise their hands up.
And after a claiming this is despite you believing that the relationship is perfect, he concludes that truth is a value. However, personally I feel he's conflating truth with honesty.
Saying truth has value is like saying now that I know what the 100,000,000,000 digit of pi is I have created value!
Is there a mainstream consensus on this by the philosophy community. How do they counter these kinds of arguments?