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Maybe each human being lives in a unique world a private world different from those inhabited and experienced by all other humans If reality differs from person to person can we speak of reality singular or shouldnt we really be talking about plural realities And if there are plural realities are some more true more real than others Philip K DickWhat is true reality and is reality the truth 113 Facts can be shoved in my face but no matter what I will believe that 113 You can plug this calculation into a calculator 112 The person who created the calculator just based it off of their own knowledge why not mine Ask everyone else what the sum of 11 equals Do they say that it is 2 as well I simply must have a different thought process from everyone else then but I still cannot be made to believe that 112 because 3 is 2 but 2 isnt 3 and this is just what I think However if I cared about your objective perspective of my subjective perspective then you could possibly change what I think This therefore changes my reality which changes reality itself Ultimately the agreement between us is what verifies reality not an individuals reality just realityConjure up an image of any man husky skinny portly frail short tall hairy or hairless just give him the title of a man In another persons outlook this man is useless and he has nothing going for himself He drinks smokes and appears to be absentminded about everything He was kicked out of his home and now lives in the street as a beggar eating food that was dumped in trash cans On the flip side this man thinks that he is better than what others perceive him to be He doesnt see himself as a failure and his philosophy is Why own a house when you can own the
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