Posted at 10.07.2018
This is a famous quote and it is really significant inside our world and inside our lives in the recent time. First of all we need to look at the two most significant two words 'see' and 'understand' in the offer. The see word match "perceive with sight" as the understand world correspond to "perceive this is of something ". Once we can see matching these definitions we can only just reach the entire knowledge if we not only see things but we need to understand them at the same time. This state shows a great impact of our beliefs and experience on our view of the world. This is because our beliefs and experiences, things that make us who our company is, are an influence on our ways of knowing. Since our means of knowing will be the ways that we form our views and understanding. Emotion and Sense belief, specifically, are greatly damaged.
This quote brings up many questions like: Is it possible to say that the real human mind shapes the earth regarding to its knowledge demands? Does indeed culture, our believes limit the way we 'see' and 'understand'? Do we go through the same reality? In this article I am going to analyse this estimate corresponding to in the connection of feelings and sense of conception and reasonsing, and trying to find the answers to the question what are explained above through couple of examples.
The sense of understanding in line with the general classification is the physical response of your senses to stimuli. I have often wondered how exactly we can perceive the same things in different ways, i quickly realised as the pets understand things in dissimilar ways the average person human perception can vary from individual to individual. It really is an extreme thing, but a couple of people are affected in the world from synaesthesia, it means they can 'smell' colors instead of witnessing them and perceiving using their eyes or they can 'feel' tastes, or some people on earth have 6th sense, they can feel risk forward, but in usual people go through the same things however the sense of understanding has another component, it's the interpretation. That which you sense (smell, vision, sensible), we usually interrupt in different ways, that is why we each have a unique view of the world.
If you look at this picture what do the thing is that? I asked 3 people and most of them came up with an alternative answer for this question.
The answers were:
Through this example we can see how people start to see the same picture but understand and interrupt so in another way. The reasons to the are the normal perceptual learning can not work in such a situation such as this picture. Perceptual learning is the increase in ability to soak up information of one type of information from the surroundings as a result of experience or practice. In that situation our brain does not have answer for this, because it hasn't experienced or practiced these types of pictures, that is why usually people see and then understand, interrupt the same picture in another way. The other clinical reasons for the question are we all have different education level, different attitudes, even particular moon could have an impact on our understanding and interruption and yes our believes and culture restricts our perception, and the culture could change our conception, notion of something. For example in the European culture the dog is pictured as beloved pet, the best ally of man while a guard dog is treated as an operating pet or in the Muslim culture the dog is the icon of the an unclean animal, it should be kept of an home or Chinese language people enjoy it as a delightful dish. I've an individual experience how people feel so different about the dog, me and one my friend from Malaysia went down the seafront, we found a dog down there, and I travelled there stroke your dog while my friend just run away, this is the story could learned the dog is not loved in the Muslim culture.
As I explained above even the feelings affect how exactly we perceive things, therefore it affects what we see and our understanding. Feelings as a way of knowing is essential with human consciousness which is instinctive. How does the emotion linked to the perception? We cannot perceive someone else's emotional state, but our senses give clues how the others dropped or what feeling they are really in. When people talk, observers gain information from viewing their actions, during these actions observers see the same things, but these activities could mean more for just one of the observer, because he or she can read body language. Including the head resting in the hands and sight downcast means for an experienced body language reader his or her partner is bored to death, while to others it generally does not mean anything. Furthermore naturally if we're feeling a certain way we'll react to things very diversely than whenever we are in some other emotional level. People often say the love is blind, and it is absolutely true. When we are in this emotional level we are blinded by love, we can not see the faults and down sides of your partner, who is in love does not see and understand your partner as the outsiders. They just sees the nice things, is shaded by a cloud, by his / her emotions so therefore he or she does not experience the same simple fact as the encompassing people. People will often have different emotions to the same things, these feelings could influence their finding and understanding, because of their economical status, culture or even the particular situation, our gender, our culture.
If the simple truth is someone get mugged by someone I believe you would feel sad towards the main one, but actually you do not really service while who received mugged probably dropped horrified, feared. We are able to see from this example how our feeling changes according to the particular situation. We can not see and understand the same thing in the same way, because each and every unique people have touched differently psychologically. We feel in different ways to the same moral problems, dilemmas, situations, but I believe often our emotions are socially and culturally built. If we think about at a funeral, folks have to feel sad, they need to weep. Are they true thoughts? Often people have to really have the same feelings, but I think these emotions are not true or real. Our culture, our exterior world limits our feelings, therefore as it is a great way of knowing, it restricts our discovering and understanding. The thoughts can greatly have an impact on our perception, so that it is sometimes not reliable. We often feel psychologically strong towards which is incorrect, or we do not it holds true or not.
That is excatly why often call the reasoning as help. Reason is basically logic leading us to find the truth. We use past experiences to work out what has took place in situations, for case, if it's wet on the pavement in the morning, due to past experience, you rationalize that this has rained the night time before.
Scientists apparently see and understand the same reality. They use different methods reach the same truth, they may use the deductive reasoning or inductive method. They test on it to produce data to demonstrate or disprove their theories about the entire world. They use different methods, but at the end they have the same understanding of an test. The experts think days gone by is fixed, is it? The things which may have happened are a consistent, as they say. Then how is it that historians 'see' and 'understand' those happenings differently? I believe our belief of the annals is greatly afflicted by our culture or our believes.
Finally I believe we do not usage of the truth as it is in and of itself, and that our perceptions from it is coloured incidentally our mind forms it. So, it turns out that the way we see the world says us more about ourselves than it says us about the entire world as such. Modern rationalism (Descartes, Spinoza, and, probably, Kant) all hold (in some form) that just how we start to see the world is very simply a function of the way the head works. For Descartes, there is an "act of intellection" in every perception, and then for Kant the "pure Concepts" of the Understanding determine how we start to see the world. I think world is too complicated, and we watch the entire world through different glasses, a few of the eyeglasses are shiner or darker than the others, it influences our ways of knowing, and we are determined by our ways of knowing, that why it affects our discovering and understanding. Therefore we ought to reverse the lay claim: that which we see and understand is limited by the entire world outside - the 'things' that we see shape our understanding.