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How come?


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billrichards
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butthead
That is an interesting and deep philosophical question that you ask there.

It goes straight to the heart of the illusionary perceptual non-quantifiability of the status quo of our erstwhile artifacts of egoistic symbolism.

To say that reality is an illusion, or simulation, implies that there exists a level of reality that is ...NOT an illusion.

The non-simulated reality would thus be at the top of the hyperreality hierarchy, where the buck stops. The reality of illusion must necessarily be a simulation, a representative transformation from the simulated abstract to the illusionary "concrete". Thus the invariance of perception still exists even if reality is an illusion; there necessarily exists at least one non-illusionary existence.

The relative nature of perception prevents us from establishing the boundaries of an absolute reference of non-simulation. Thus we are left in constant motion in a hierarchty of evolving levels that reflect the vagiaries of the existential objectivity and the internalized subjectivity.

Feel free to eleaborate on your initial question, if you wish.

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