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    Perception is not reality for many reasons. We are living in a virtual reality age of time in our lives so if we know something you will believe what you know. I think because of all the technology that we can use like video editing you can make some that are fake and make it look like it is real. This trick us into believing things that are not real. If you think that seeing is believing some things can distort how we look at things from our view. In one of the images in the story on page 79

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    Perception is not reality for many reasons. We are living in a virtual reality age of time in our lives so if we know something you will believe what you know. I think because of all the technology that we can use like video editing you can make some that are fake and make it look like it is real. This tricks us into believing things that are not real. If you think that seeing is believing some eliosuns can distort how we look at things from our view. In one of the images in the story on page

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    Decisions Base on: Perception or Reality? Have you ever thought you heard something, but there was nothing there? Have you ever thought you saw someone in the corner of your eye, and when you looked there was no person there? When we look down from a high building on people, do they appear small like ants? Aren't there thousands of occasions when we do misperceive? What is reality and perception? Mainstream science describes reality as "the state of things as they actually exist". So reality is simply: everything

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    Reality or just Perception? Imagine one day you wake up and look out the window. Nevertheless, what you see is nothing like your local neighbor’s house. But a jungle full of wild animals. You know the jungle is not real...or is it? This comes to the question, what is the reality? Is it something we see immediately? Is it something we believe in? Reality could be anything. But what happens if what we view isn’t real? What if reality was just a misconception? In some cases, our brain would imagine

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    Perception and Reality in a Simulated World SHAWN LIU 2018.03.02 P6 ENGLISH Perception is not reality. Technology that once fooled our eyes are evolving into complex machines and illusions that makes it ever harder to distinguish the real from fake. From a magician’s visual trickeries to eventually complete simulation, our perceptions, starting from our eyes, are becoming impossible to put our faith in. One of the earliest examples of humans tricking themselves is through the act of magic tricks

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    decisions in: perception or reality? Have you ever thought you heard something, but there was nothing there? Have you ever thought that you saw someone out of the corner of the eye and when you looked at it there was nobody? When we look down from a tall building on people, they look as small as ants? There are not thousands of times when we misinterpret? What is reality and perception? The mainstream of science describes reality as "the state of things as they really exist”. So, the reality is simply:

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    The issue in the philosophy of perception is explaining how perception could give someone either knowledge or a justified belief about the world. We recognize this reality to be something which we cannot change in any way. However, it can not be said about the perception of reality being completely true. The strange thing of all this is that reality may not actually exist. The reason we all think in one reality is that we only see our central point of the story. Just because someone sees something

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    Perceived Development vs. Harsh Reality The difference between a story and an impactful story is the ability to portray a message to an audience. The novel Paper Towns by John Green is an extremely impactful tale that displays several themes to its readers. However, in converting this story into film, Margo and Q were unable to receive the proper development they received in the book and therefore it was detrimental to the theme of Perception versus Reality. Q’s character on screen remained very

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    Perception Equals Reality Perception is defined by Merriam Webster (2016) as: “a result of perceiving: observation; a mental image; awareness of the elements of environment through physical sensation; quick, acute, and intuitive cognition” (Webster, 2016) Reality is defined as “the quality of being real; something that is neither derivative nor dependent but exists necessarily; in actual fact” (Webster, 2016) Our text tells us that our individual perceptions are formed by our “culture, tradition

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    conversation with slightly different perceptions. They will have different feelings about what was said, will remember different parts of the conversation and will have different attitudes. This is because while both people were experiencing the same situation, their reality was different. Reality is objective because people are primed differently and have different life experiences that will cause them to perceive the situation differently. A person’s reality can be affected by priming. They are

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