May I ask you a question? (Sorry I know that is likely rhetoric, as I will follow with one regardless, but it feels more polite.)
I noted on one of your threads you posted a link to a wiki page on transcendental perspectivism. I was wondering whether they argue that in the search of an other they transcend perspective, or rather the pursuit is only to trascend ones individual perspective?
I think Nietschze might have been suggesting that absolute truth was unattainable because we could not break the boundaries of perception, even as a collective, not that we are bound by a unique perspective.
Is it not so much a universal, absolute truth TP seeks in terms of an inherent truth to the universe, but rather one that encapsulates all known perspectives?