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Reality is an objective matter and should be treated as such There is no such thing as subjective reality therefore an objective reality is the only thing that is arguably correct There are many different worldviews around the world through the course of this essay a few of those worldviews and their systems of thought will be presented Throughout this essay I will try to remain completely objective myself but by the very nature of my argument it cannot be done completely For my first example I draw upon the Eastern Monist perspective of the world and its reality Eastern Monism is a worldview which abandons all logic Monists believe that all is one or that there are not separate people or beings but rather one collective mind Monists believe that reality is what they make of it since they are in fact the reality itself They believe that everything is one there is no good or evil and in the end your spirit becomes lost in the great one-ness1 There is however a problem with the logistics of this religious worldview People all over the world including other Monists have different opinions and beliefs How then is it possible for all to be one if that supposed one contradicts itself through and through It seems a bit odd to me that if you are reality and you decide what is included in such a reality that your reality would be clouded with such a wide variety of worldviews The second point about objective reality that I have to share is of the perception of a cube To certain people reality is only what they can see For these people I would present the illustration of a large cube Put a person at any given angle to the cube and they can see anywhere from one to three sides at the most Even though in true reality we know that a cube by its nature
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