Münchhausen trilemmaThe idea that a question can only be answered in one of the three ways:
1. Circular Argument
2. Infinite Regression
3. Axiomatic Argument. addresses most of our problems: If a dichotomy is a a byproduct of the first lemma i.e., the circular argument. The solution can always be arrived upon through axiomatizing one of the propositions and the deriving the second from first. This no way implies that that the axioms is true.
I explore this here: Action cures fear v I fear action - A false dichotomy? in some detail.