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  1. If there is no objective reality, then what do you perceive? And if it exists, what is “biased perception”? Now I see a green wall in front of me. This means that there is some wall-shaped matter that reflects light in such ranges that my brain colors it green. What do you think is biased about this perception?

  2. I think it exists, but only outside the observer. We can think about it, ask questions, make descriptions, but not perceive it. It is possible, of course, that there is some super being (in religions it is God) who can perceive everything objectively, but this is not us for sure.

  3. There is an objective reality, but it can be known only by passing into this reality, leaving the body and passing through a tunnel or, more precisely, between the fibers of the light of the universe and entering the area of light or objective reality.

  4. There may be an objective reality, but there is no objective perception. A certain subject always perceives, and therefore its perception is subjective, that is, it relates to the subject.

    The presence of acts of perception implies the objective existence of the perceiving subject itself. Otherwise, his acts of perception would be impossible: information would go into the void, without producing any effect.

    The subject identifies himself with the body he feels and contrasts this body with the rest of the matter that he perceives indirectly around him.

    In the traditional European sense, the surrounding matter is part of the perceived objective reality.

    But there are other views on this issue. In particular, I have read essays by Erwin Schrodinger in defense of the doctrine of one consciousness, according to which we are all one person, and the reality around us is also part of this person. This person, being the whole world, perceives itself from many different bodies at the same time. In other words, there is no surrounding reality, but only one huge subject that knows itself.

    The author's desire to defend this teaching at all costs seemed to me rather naive, despite the fact that I did not find in his reasoning any initial motivation for such zeal. I believe that the motivation was (probably religious pressure), but the author hides it from the reader.

  5. We can say that objective reality consists in the subjectivity of its perception. People perceive reality in many ways in the same way, this “equally” is the essence – “person”. I.e., how you perceive reality and determines who you are. And no matter how much people learn about “objective” reality, they will remain within the boundaries of human nature, and your question will always hang over them. Is it really possible to know something ? To do this, it is necessary to go beyond the boundaries of human essence, and going beyond the boundaries of essence is real knowledge. Therefore, there are strange people, they are strange because for them everything is a little different from what it is for most, they follow the path of real knowledge, looking at “reality” not through a telescope, but inside themselves.

  6. material in the shape of a wall

    what do you think is biased about this perception?

    In the words “in the shape of a wall”.

    To be objective, there is no” form”.

    There are atoms located in a configuration that, when viewed “far away”, seems to be a monolithic object with a shape. But even if we consider atoms to be “balls”, they are constantly in motion, which violates any predetermined shape. If you dig even deeper, then there are no balls, this is just our perception based on images from an electron microscope, which essentially detects the orbit of the uppermost electron (which, by the way, is also not a physical object, but only the probability of determining the energy field at a given point).

    So it seems to you that you are part of objective reality, but in fact you are just a “community” of atoms that have temporarily joined together in a stable configuration “in the shape” of your body, so support this community so that it does not disintegrate for as long as possible.

  7. There is an objective reality,it is absolute and does not depend on us,we perceive it depending on our knowledge and experience,if something is missing, then we do not perceive it(reality ) objectively…

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