Oct3 - 10/3/07 HW 1. While Lubling essentially re-outlined...

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10/3/07 HW 1. While Lubling essentially re-outlined his article, in his speech Lubling did add additional emphasis in human experience. Lubling remarks very clearly that humans can never actually find “reality”. Any supposed “reality” that humans derive from either nature or their “realm of ideas” is a false reality. Lubling again asserts that human must find an objective viewpoint to try and attain the “most correct viewpoint”. Lubling warns us that sensory guides to discovering reality are dangerous; rather, we should let our experiences shape our perceptions. Humans must not wait and let the nature of reality come to us; by not taking action, we limit ourselves from any means of erudition. We must keep our minds open during Lubling’s so called “journey of reality”. The more we learn from our experience, the more genuine our truths become. Lubling further remarks that humans do not need to “prove” that one’s viewpoint is better than another’s. The important criteria are simply that our viewpoints are shaped from solid
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Oct3 - 10/3/07 HW 1. While Lubling essentially re-outlined...

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