REALITY

December 9, 2009 at 3:18 am (Uncategorized)

Reality, as in what is at a given moment, can be seen as arising from an infinite flow of information to the generation of which each one of us – being amongst a myriad perceptual mechanisms both human and other than human that have been generated – contribute. We do not however individually generate this reality.

Each of us may perceive reality differently depending on the perceptual paradigm that we inhabit or which inhabits us. This does not change reality itself.

Each of us describe this reality in terms of the conceptual framework that we have configured and while this may not change reality it may lead each of us to describe it in our own particular way.

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2 Comments

  1. Larry Victor said,

    These are “OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD” comments, when reading, and not the result of deeper reflection.

    Experiential reality is not a component of “reality:, but epiphenomenal to it?

    How perceiver’s perceive has no effect on “reality”?

    I need to see where this takes you.

    What is meant by “moment”? The moments of each perceiver? A moment in the universe?

  2. nirmalan said,

    Experiential reality is not a component of “reality:, but epiphenomenal to it?

    if it were epiphenomenal to reality would it not be a component of reality? or is it possible for anything to be epiphenomenal in relation to reality? The answer would I think depend on ones perception of reality.

    How perceiver’s perceive has no effect on “reality”?

    That would depend of how one perceived the perceiver. If the perceiver is seen as existing outside and distinct from reality then its perceptions may appear to have not effect on reality. If the perceiver was part and parcel of reality then they would be seen as doing so.

    I need to see where this takes you.

    What is meant by “moment”? The moments of each perceiver? A moment in the universe?

    Right now it does not seem as though there are moments in the universe. it seems that moments may be a way to describe units of perception…

    When I awake tomorrow things may seem different…

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