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    mind and body, living in the present, acceptance, and self-compassion. This theory encourages practices which help practitioners to develop awareness of thoughts, identifying them as thoughts and not reality. Once again, this approach provides clients with choice; by separating thought from reality, clients have the opportunity to act contrary to a thought or belief, providing room for change. Mindfulness helps the client to be aware of their physical reaction to emotion, which aid in…

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    asking if it is real. The Ontological argument proofs include: (1) Assume that GCB (greatest consumable being) does not exist in reality, but in the mind alone; (2) Existence in reality is greater than existence in the mind alone; (3) It is possible the GCB exists in reality; (4) In such of a case, GCB would be greater than the GCB; (5) Therefore, The GCB exists in reality, not just the mind alone. In this argument, the greatest consumable can be defined as the being that is the greatest that…

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    eyes shows the difficulty in accepting ignorance after knowing the reality. Hence, in the allegory of the cave, Plato described human perception. To him, there are two cases of perception which are the sensory perception and spiritual perception. The Sensory perception is the world of appearance, which we perceive, with the assistance of our sensory organs. Plato refers to this world as the world of delusion and untruth. The reality or truth is impossible to perceive with our senses, it is…

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    Orange Tree Vs Plato

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    Sunmi Famule Hour 3 ESSAY TEST Comparing an Apple tree to an Orange tree is a task that deems the rolling of one's eyes. This is similar to comparing a book about the N-word (nigger The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word by Randall Kennedy) to a book written by the out of touch Plato (Dialogues of Plato). However different, readers can scrounge up a similarity between the two and get a slight sense of how plato would have viewed Kennedy’s book. Plato would have viewed Kennedy’s book as a way…

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    what is going on in the real world. In short of the situation, the cave dwellers are being robbed of what true reality is. The shadows that…

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    While the purpose of lying is to distract from the truth, bullshitting, as Harry Frankfurt describes in his essay On Bullshit, stands in its own class. Bullshit is a technique politicians and others use to sway the masses that disregards reality entirely. It occurs whenever someone makes a statement without considering “how things really are,” in Frankfurt’s terms. Throughout his political career, President Donald Trump has often ignored objective facts in favor of promoting bullshit, which his…

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    Blanche Dubois Reality

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    these fantasies to create an illusion to convince not only others, but herself that she is still young, admired and of social standing. In reality, Blanche is the exact opposite; middle aged, rejected and penniless. Blanche’s illusions contribute to the work as a whole by giving herself hope, acting as a coping mechanism by providing an escape from harsh realities, and contrasting with…

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    The division between the world of reality and the world of imagination and interpretation can often be drawn across a slim line. Literature often acts as a beacon to portray this imaginary line. Author ask their audience to define their interpretations of reality in order to stir the pot of idealized maturity of what exists and what is merely imaginative. Both literary works, The Life of Pi and “The Metamorphosis”, demonstrate an attempt of an author to stretch the fundamentals of their reader’s…

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    The documentaries “Thin Blue Line”, and “Act of killing” both use re-enactments as a way of conveying historic moments in the stories they are trying to depict. Nevertheless, while the techniques used in the re-enactments within “Thin Blue Line” are done to convey a sense of mystery, the techniques used for “Act of Killing” are used to give context to subject matter, and speak to the mentality of many Indonesians when it comes to the murders of innocent people. Errol Morris’ Thin Blue Line…

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    My Inquiry Project

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    My inquiry project conveys how the good life portrayed on social media is so easy to fake, but these unreachable goals push people to try and reach these impossible levels of perfection. My inquiry project is a combination of photos showing how easily I can change myself to influence what other people think of me. Through social media I can show the world any version of myself I want to, even a fake made up version. Clothes, makeup, good photographers, good backdrops, etc. are all things that…

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