What Is Agreement Reality

“The reality of the agreement is the knowledge that has been gained because others tell you that`s the way it is.” I often hear people talking about what`s going on in their heads, as if their thoughts were a reality. I only did it the other day for over an hour. I knew what I was doing, and I stayed there because I had some free time. “An inactive mind is the devil`s playground.” In societies where theoretic religions predominate, religious understanding of existence would be the reality of consensus, while religious belief would remain the non-consensual (or alternative) reality in a predominantly secular society, where consensual reality is based solely on science. The reality of consensus[1] is that which is generally recognized as a consensus-based reality. Singers, [10] painters, writers, theorists and others who use a number of means of action have tried to oppose or undermine the reality of consensus, while others have said that they “ignore it”. For example, by his paranoid-critical method,[11] Salvador Dali intended to “systematize confusion through paranoia and an active thought process, thus helping both to completely discredit the world of reality.” [12] The call for consensus stems from the fact that people do not fully understand or agree on the nature of knowledge or ontology, which, given the wide inconsistencies between individual subjectivities, often makes what is real uncertain. [2] [3] We can, however, try to reach a form of consensus with others on the real. We can use this consensus as a pragmatic guide, either assuming that it seems to bring together some kind of valid reality, or simply because it is more “practical” than perceived alternatives. The reality of consensus therefore refers to the agreed concepts of reality that people in the world or a culture or group consider to be real (or considered real) that are generally based on their shared experiences, as they believe; who disagrees, is sometimes considered “indeed… live in another world. [4] The connotation of the term “consensus reality” is generally pejorative: it is generally used by idealistic, surrealist and other anti-realistic theorems who oppose or are hostile to this “reality”, with the consequence that this consensual reality is more or less created by those who live it. (The term “consensus reality” can be used more flexibly to refer to generally accepted beliefs.) However, there are those who use the term authorization for the practical benefits of all appointments on a common set of assumptions or experiences.

[8] If one considers the nature of reality, there are two general approaches: the realistic approach, in which there is a single objective global reality, which is supposed to exist independently of the perception of a particular individual, and the idealistic approach in which one assumes that an individual can verify nothing other than his own experience of the world and can never know directly the truth of the world independently of that.