This points also toward that fascinating aspect of truth and of language successfully embodying truth, written from a position of strength and distance: it will, seemingly counter-intuitively, not produce a single perspective but instead produces many different perspectives, even ones in opposition to each other (across various mediating tectonic planes).
Truth is less reality than value. This is because value can be used as a substitute for reality itself. There is no "one reality" except that conflux wills to power of spheres of self-valuings' potentials.
“Be clever, Ariadne! ...
You have little ears; you have my ears:
Put a clever word in them! —
Must one not first hate oneself, in order to love oneself? ...
I am your labyrinth ...”. -N
“A man is not great if he is not small, and he is not small if he is not great. Concepts flirt with the loss of their significance in the oscillation between ambiguous states, and this is in part the function and purpose of concepts.” -Primer on Meaning