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The question what is truth? is more relevant today than ever. You would think that with all our easy access to information and expert opinions, we would know the truth— The opposite is true. We have trouble recognizing real news from fake, trusted … Continue reading
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How do we know what is real? And, if we grant that what we see and experience is real, how do we know that we’re perceiving it accurately? Some would say that those are quaint and irrelevant questions, because reality is personal and subjective. (Is that … Continue reading
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People tend to hear what they want to hear and ignore or forget what they don’t want to hear. Have you noticed that? Say to a child, “We’ll get ice cream after you clean your room,” and what will she hear? … Continue reading
In an attempt to pop my filter bubble (see the previous post) I have been purposefully seeking out more variety in my information sources. This means that I must dust off my own internal filtering skills when evaluating a communicated … Continue reading