How do we communicate?

Submitted by Treatid on Tue, 11/07/2017 - 15:22
We don't magically know what someone else is thinking. We use words to convey meaning. But words are just sensory data. for the other person. Everything is sensory data.


When you read a piece of text that is a process. We are always processing sensory data and formulating responses.


Submitted by Treatid on Thu, 12/07/2017 - 17:03

There are only relationships.

Candlestick illusion
Candlestick Illusion

Until now the general assumption has been that the properties of things specify their relationships. For example, the charge on an electron determines how an electron interacts with other charged objects.