Dude. You're telling me to research comics to learn about metaphysical concepts. I cannot, especially if what I've seen so far tells me it's not worth it.
Cartoons and the idea behind it is all around us. This explains the concept of the icon.
Why do you think this is so iconic?
If he looked realistic, would it be the same?
Learning how your brain responds to such things is something worth learning. Unless you want to stay ingnorant about how your brain views things . If you don't know how it's doing it then it's called manipulation.
I find learning the correct answer more useful over the incorrect one. Moreso when it involves reality and the function of the brain and mind.
Saying otherwise would be delusional. However, a realistic version would have minimal effect on Fallout itself.Originally Posted by Mr. MR
Reality and perceived notions are total opposites. It isn't dependent on perceived things. That's why it's reality. People in the TV box are perceived as miniature, but in reality they have an actual normal height.
Again, I'd be delusional if I were to say otherwise. Clearly different images. I do have to point out that the realism in art you speak of is very different from the standard definition.Originally Posted by Mr. MR
It might be more accurate to say that reality is the common perception of reality. Sanity is the acceptance of the common perception of reality. Therefore sanity can change if the common perception is changed.
This is way off topic
Facts are the same thing.
There is no way to prove them because it's based on perception. The very definition of observation is perception. However "facts" can changed and are accepted in the common perspective of reality.
Reality is a mindset. Because everyone can have a different idea about it. There are three forms of realtiy
1. Our View of Truth (Mindset)
2. The Commonly Accepted View of Truth
3. Truth itself
What you really mean when you talk about reality is Truth. Truth just exists and cannot be proven.