什么是真正的? 与朗高讨论.

太阳,,en,差距很大,,en,我看了一下你的总结,,en,这是我的评论,,en,绝对的现实,,en,曾经有,,en,我在上面提出的主要论点,,en,一个更多的是一个战术性的论点,另一个是基于关于这个概念的更深层次的问题,,en,第一个是造成我们感知的形式或事件的概念,,en,你称之为绝对真实,,en,不一样的康德的绝对现实,,en,叔本华与奥义书谈起,,en,本身就在我们看法的范围之内,,en,空间的概念,,en,时间和因果关系本身是由于我们对世界的代表,,en,叔本华写道,,en,世界是我的代表,,en,然后变得清楚,我不知道太阳和地球,,en,但只有一个看到太阳的眼睛,,en,一只感觉地球的手,,en, 五月 27, 2007 在 5:45 AM
Hi Ranga,

Going over the thread, I find a couple of points that we mainly disagree on. Let me summarize them below.

Absolute Reality

I believe that there are forms or events causing our perception. I call them part of an absolute reality. I then suggest a model for the absolute reality and come up with a perceived reality consistent with what we do perceive.

In your view, working in the absolute reality or modeling it is clearly idiotic. The AR, 顾名思义, is beyond perception. In the absence of a conscious observer, there is no reality. IOW, if we suddenly become aware of the AR through some divine intervention (such as Krishna showing VishwaRoopam to Arjuna), what we will have is still a perception of it, or merely another perceived reality. AR is still beyond of our grasp. (好, you didn’t say this; this is my interpretation of what you said.) So you suggest that I leave AR alone and present my ideas as perceptual effects.

My beef with that suggestion is that I believe space is part of the PR. Space itself *is* the perceptual effect. While trying to prove this point, we encountered the second point in the disagreement.

空间

In my view, space is a representation as in the following table:

Ears : Sound

Nose : Smell

Touch : Temperature, pain, 压力

Eyes : Space and time (through our ability to sense motion)

The only reason for our tactile sense to corroborate the space perception is that our sight sense issuperiorto all other senses. 现在, if I were to present my physics ideas as perceptual effects, I would be implying that space is real, but we suffer from some distortions while sensing it using light. My notion is that space is as unreal as sound and smell (in a sense that it is only a cognitive model).

I’m not quite sure what your point is in disagreeing with me here. You are probably not suggesting that space is more real that sound and stuff. But you still disagree with my idea of separating it from AR and presenting my theory the way I didas a CM model for AR and working out the PR through the speed of light. Your main disagreement seems to be that any suggestion that AR can be modeled is inherently misleading and quite unpalatable.

Blindness and language

You pointed out that the blind seem to have a space representation. In my view, it is the language that normalized the representations and brought in the Keller example. I said that in the absence of language, there is no realitya notion you find so idiotic to be almost hilarious. I think this disagreement is probably not material for our main discussion. I still hold on to my view about the role language in our sense of reality, but put it in the back burner for now so that we can continue our discussion without distractions.

That is the summary.

– cheers,
– 手

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