Hobbes - Christina Zinkel The identifications of life and...

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Unformatted text preview: Christina Zinkel The identifications of life and its mysteries are the qualities possessed despite their apparent obtainment of action. The ability to perceive surroundings via many sources is purely a question. At what point is sense available to us, when did it all come about? Who is to say people are disabled and who may define the ways the Universe is perceived? Our senses are not ours because of surrounding emissions. We perceive things through our senses because we were allowed certain tools to better appreciate the world we live in. Hence, the world is not presenting itself to us a certain way; our ability to sense different aspects of this life creates the pictures we see every day. We will retain such views unless they are somehow taken away. Be it that we lose our ability to use our senses regarding imagery; we will have such unless a force out of our control takes it away. Since we cannot control our capacity for loss or the point at which we will our imagination may take hold of...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course PLS 170 taught by Professor Allen during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.

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Hobbes - Christina Zinkel The identifications of life and...

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