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    Reality Essay Reality is the realest thing people can grab onto in this world. Reality is the way everything exists in this world and everything that goes with it. The actions and consequences from anything to anyone in this world is reality. The truth is reality is tough to deal with for people. Humans usually like to ignore the realities of this world, and continue to live in a twilight zone. This twilight zone is dangerous, because it can lead down a road of hurt and hate. When one is ignoring

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    Ibsen in his play Ghostsproblematizes reality as incompatible to existence. He probes into the limit truth imposes on practicality, dreams and aspirations. This dialectical argument, however, does not reject the importance of truth and reality in everyday life.Ibsen’sstance onthe dynamics of truth, reality and illusion, initiates a metaphysical understanding of coexistence of these three.As a dramatisthemakes no effort to philosophise, rather, hedramatizes illusively truthful reality.WhileinterpretingGhoststhe

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    Reality: What Is Reality

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    What is reality? Is it what we all believe? That everything exists independently from us or that everything exists because we make it exist in our minds. An ancient philosopher Rene Descartes thought of as the father of modern philosophy proposed that humans are made up of two different compounds, the body and the mind. He saw the body as an intricate machine but he was sure that the mind was completely different. He tried an experiment. He tried to imagine that he had no physical body and that he

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    Children, as a general rule, defy all of our preconceived notions. In our consensus reality there are rules. In theirs, everything is fair game. Jumping off a park bench yelling “superman!” as far as they are concerned can mean flying from one side of the park to the other. An action figure has feelings, and teddy bears will protect them in the middle of the night from the monsters under their beds. There are no limitations. There are no rules. Anything, and everything, is possible. Unfortunately

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    Reality Is Optional When does consciousness begin? Is mind or matter more real? Does observation alter an event? All these queries have one thing in common in that they all call into question the idea of reality. The most common definition of reality is founded in the idea that the world or the state of being is rooted in actuality. In George Orwell’s 1984, he plays around with the idea that reality or what is perceived as natural can be altered by a mere human being. In fact, the story itself is

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    Deciding on Reality

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    How do we decide on an objective reality? In “The Yellow Pill”, by Rog Phillips, two men are in constant debate over what is real. Although they never agree at the same point in time, both men change their minds during the course of events. In the beginning of the story, “Elton” is examining a patient, Jerry, who is accused of murdering five supermarket shoppers, one police officer and wounding two others. Jerry is convinced both men are in a spaceship and that he only killed Venusian lizard pirates

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    The Reality of Science

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    The Reality of Science Science is defined in the Merriam Webster dictionary as "an area of knowledge that is an object of study". What is the object of scientific study? Through an adherence to the rules prescribed by the scientific method, researchers and students of the various scientific fields search for truths, as defined by what can be proven to really exist; in short, they searching for what is real. It is the quest to define reality, for the purpose of mastering it; perhaps, to one day

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    VIRTUAL REALITY BACKGROUND: The term Virtual Reality is a very unique way of bringing life to a world which doesn't even exist. There are many ways by which people have been trying to bring in the consent of the audience and to grab their interest. The history of virtual reality is marvelous in terms of what it was and what it is now. When before 1960s virtual reality existed, it was popular with the term "Pygmalion's Spectacles". Then there was "View-Master" a device in which there was a circular

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    appearence and reality

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    Appearance and Reality In Chapter One Bertrand Russell basically wants to know the true meaning of “reality”. The truth is that “reality” can never truly be determined. I say this because there is a difference between believing and actually knowing. For example I know the desk in the front of the classroom is real. I know this because all of my senses concur. Now when I try to determine to color, the texture or even the shape of the desk I will run into a problem. Just as the example given in the

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    Realities In Macbeth

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    predicted by three “weird sisters”, and he is also encouraged by his wife, Lady Macbeth, to perform the evil acts that will result in his ultimate demise. Throughout the play the perception of Macbeth’s character and morality are quite different than the reality that the reader is ultimately confronted with. Macbeth is initially presented to the reader as a hero. He has been fighting courageously alongside Duncan, his king, in defense of Scotland. When the king learns of Macbeth’s fearlessness and aggression

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