Subjective/ Objective – A Series of Questions
This is just a short blog to ask some questions:
Are you right and someone else wrong? Or is someone else right and you wrong?
Does someone know more than you? Do you know more than someone else?
How do you know?
Are you being subjective? How does one know when one is being subjective (being influenced by your personal or inner feelings and opinions?
Are you objective? How does one know when one is being objective (not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts).
Can anyone be truly objective?
What are the facts (a thing that is known or proved to be true)?
Can facts change?
Can the facts (truth) of the past not be relevant for today?
What is Truth (that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality)?
Can what is true change?
What is reality?
Have scientists ever proved reality - that we exist?
Can reality not be reality?
Is there original thought (or are we are all basically using recycled thoughts all the time)?
To be continued…
New Scientist Volume 215, Issue 2884, 29 September 2012, Pages 37, 39-40, 42-46
Reality: Is matter real?