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Highly depends on the context. One can argue that truth is better than comfort because it makes people stronger. Others can argue that choosing hard truths over comfort can make some lifes miserable and, in some extreme cases, kill people. Examples can be given easily for both cases.
Truth is by its very nature shrouded in perception.
Truth is an unattainable goal because obtaining all truth would require absolute certainty of reality. Comfort, or pleasure, is a much easier goal.
Truth can create certain pleasure. So, truth creates value in that front
importance is very dependent from the final goal
so we have to know what the goal is to discuss importance
The concept of a universal 'truth' is difficult to make sense of- what is true in one place or to one person may be unthinkably ridiculous to another.
In modern western societies we've seen the rise of "social justice" and an over-emphasis on comfort in education, universities and discourse. A pull back to reason and truth removes empathetic, but unhelpful, and at times, destructive comfort.
This is simply not true. The closest thing is 'Triggers' which are not censorship. Please provide active evidence for your claims