The idea that we don't see the true reality, has to do with (knowing), rather than (being). The fact that two people have different perceptions of their common reality does not refute that theirs *is* still one and the same reality.


"Reality is not merely a social construction, the consensus of a collectivity, or some inter-subjective agreement. It also has a trans-subjective dimension: for example, experimental data can ruin the most beautiful scientific theory."
Transdisciplinarity[]: the hidden third, between the subject and the object

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