Reality Extra credit speech 104

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Reality Extra credit speech 104

  1. 1. By <br />Clark Van Gorder<br />Reality <br />
  2. 2. Cognitions <br />Stimuli, they are the five senses, or certain <br />responses regarding your environment and the <br />corresponding action. This can be formed into <br />an experience. These stimulate your senses and<br />effect how you perceive reality. <br />
  3. 3. Environment<br />The Source of cognitions, the origin of senses by interacting with a environment. For example while driving, the car is your environment, you feel your foot on the pedals and your hand on the wheel. Your eyes are reacting to the road and any obstacles that may come up. Environments usually contain many cognitions. <br />
  4. 4. Reality<br />An individuals interpretation of a environment. Based on the stimuli and how our minds interpret them. Each individual has their own interpretation of reality, like a finger print no two are alike. <br />
  5. 5. Perception <br />Part of the process in creating our own reality, using the cognitions from an environment to develop an interpretation in our heads. <br />
  6. 6. Reality Relative?<br />Reality doesn’t really exist because each one of us creates our own reality, only the environment exists. <br />
  7. 7. Reality is debatable<br />Two people witnessed the same event, yet they each gave different accounts of what happened. The environment in which the event happened is the same, but the interpreted reality is different for each person based on past experience or perhaps cultural differences. <br />
  8. 8. Illusions <br />An illusion is a stimuli that fools our mind. Our brain is telling us what we see makes sense or how we should see it. <br />
  9. 9. Which Reality is Right?<br />Nobody poses the correct reality, we all have different realities with varying degrees of bias. The best thing you can do is to reduce this bias. <br />
  10. 10. Conclusion <br />Reality is relative<br />We do not argue the environment, but the each others reality<br />The stimuli or cognitions are how we interpret our environment and form our reality<br />Reality is an illusion, its how we interpret the environment<br />

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