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Friday, July 3, 2009

Loose Borders: Between the Real and the Uncertain

Let's start everything with two assumptions:1. It is a requirement for us to look at the objects with full attention and for long periods of time so as to construct a whole and detailed picture of the world. Only in this way can we depict objects in accordance with their objective reality. 2. Perception of objects in a real environment by means of our senses may render possible the conception of objective reality. However, it becomes complicated in terms of the world of images. It can be said that bright, sharp, clear and complete photos, for example, demonstrate objective reality.

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