Tag Archives: subjectivity

What is Beauty?

Originally posted on A Patchwork of Perceptions:
Clipart My roommate and I have a tapestry hung in our living room that declares, “Be your own kind of beautiful.” This implies that the meaning of beauty varies, and even that each person creates his or her own definition of beautiful. Furthermore, we ascribe beauty to a number of… Continue reading

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What is Success?

Originally posted on Grim and tonic:
A year ago, I would have said that success to me looks like a big house in an affluent area, a posh car, a high-level job, a family, kids in good schools and a home that looks like a Barker and Stonehouse showroom. I assessed my life, I owned… Continue reading

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Subject and Object: Explorations how we construct meaning and language

Originally posted on rodger-ricketts.com:
Subject and Object: Explorations how we construct meaning and language ? “We experience ourselves and the world as subject and object only through conceptualization and language. This dualism, however, is only mental and not real. Mind produces this subject-object dualism. The subjectivity of our mind affects our perceptions of the… Continue reading

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How to sit back and enjoy the FAKE NEWS

Originally posted on Sharing With Others –:
Question by FPQ: “How do you feel about people who always seem to exaggerate when relating a story? Do you equate embellishment with lying? As a blogger, when, if ever, is stretching the truth, other than when writing fiction, permissible?” Also, the word of the day from FOWC… Continue reading

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