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Cognitive Dissonant Oxymoron: "Dictatorship of Relativi
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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 12:32 am    Post subject: Cognitive Dissonant Oxymoron: "Dictatorship of Relativi Reply with quote

"Tom" wrote...

There is a difference between an honest approximation and a deliberate

### - not if a person doesn't *consciously* realise the limiting nature of
language there isn't... for example if they've never personally experienced
reality directly, and/or as in having never experienced anything else but a
'described' reality filtered through to them via a distorting matrix of
invented terms that are not (and never can be) the measure of the very thing
they are attempting to limit in order to thus describe...

i.e. a 'description' of reality is not the same as reality itself... plus
most people don't know (are not educated) to relate to reality per se,
en-mass they only know/relate-to the varying descriptions (perforce all
wrong) of it... which kinda suggests that our whole world (our current
civilisation) is flying IN the face of reality even though we think it IS

thus when a person finally 'does' stand face to face with Reality the
world seemingly stands still, plus it comes-in then like a revelation as to
what they've 'actually' been doing with themselves up until that very moment
hehe... added to which the former (apprehension of) reality (the one that
was a lie) is never the same again after that (i.e. how could it be, it only
actually 'functioned' on the basis of being totally unrealised, and because
stuff like that only works in the dark :)

just one flash of overhead light
and all the shadows disappeared
somewhere a noon-day sun is bright
one's feeling then those wasted years

so turn about you fallen man
and climb that laddered, spiral stair
an adventurers heart is thus required
better late than never is all we care
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