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  1. I will reformulate the answers already given.

    How would you like to check the difference between what is true and what is perceived? Nothing? Then the question doesn't make sense. There is no way to check, there is no way to describe, to realize.

  2. First, you need to clarify that “true” and “independent of human perception” are different things.

    If we are talking about a “true” world, then this truth is really possible only within the framework of existing human ideas about the structure of the world. Let's say that physics (mathematics, chemistry, etc.) tells us the truth.Then the true world is, for example, waves of different lengths; or a conglomerate of a huge number of microparticles; or vibrations of a single particle in a holographic universe; etc. And we perceive specific objects instead of waves or particles, because our perception forms them for us even on the “approach”, our senses decode them in this way.

    If we are talking about a world beyond the limits of human perception in general (i.e., about the transcendent), then it is inaccessible in any way. Even if some fantastic non-human being appears who can tell you about this world beyond your perception, it must still convey this information to you in human language, in human images – and you will perceive this with your limited human perception and try to represent it with the help of those images that are already in your consciousness. So information about the “independent” world will again be distorted by your perception, without which there is no way.

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