Reality is the entirety of things in inferred space and time.
I am internal to the reality.
There are things. Space is inferred from the relationship of things. Time is inferred from the change in the relationship of things in space. I sense things, and I infer space and time. I am a thing.
I know the reality. What the reality is is that which I sense and perceive. Sensation is the sense data. Perception is the organisation of the sense and percept data. No percept data is existent without the sensation and sensing-thing. Reality is the entirety of things, space and time.
The constructs we make of ourselves is no different to constructs we make of the things of the reality except for the privileged access we have of this object. In this way we can empathise with (or infer or imagine about) other similar objects that we call sentient, being or human.
It is not that I do not have doubts, but rather I do not normally behave with doubt about everything. Doubt would immobilise a being if we cannot trust even the footfall of the very next step. We act with trust of the experience that what appeared before is consistent with what is happening now … Continue reading Probability as anti-scepticism
Aristotle chose to open his Categories with a definition of equivocal. The example he gave was a real man and a figure in a picture. He said they can both lay claim to the name 'animal'. The real man, I can understand. A physical being can be called an animal. But what of a drawing … Continue reading Equivocal