QuestionsWhat are the problems of epistemology?
admin asked 10 months ago
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admin answered 10 months ago
Most individuals are aware that eyesight may be deceiving. Each occurrence contains some type of deception. Everyone who thinks the stick is twisted, the train lines are converging, etc. is misinformed concerning how the world actually works. Saying that eyesight is insufficient to provide understanding of how things are, for example, is one explanation. It is necessary to "adjust" perception using data from the various modalities.    One solution can start by acknowledging that no perception is obligated to accurately represent reality. Consequently, the conviction that the stick is indeed upright must be supported by some other aspect of consciousness, possibly rationale.