Philosophy – “Why a Perception is Never through the Individual’s Eyes” – 8/6/2020

“No perception can be, without the necessity to share it. Loneliness remains as a human’s greatest torment, in the realization that we have no one to speak to, about what we’ve seen. For what use is there for a library, if there is no readers? There’d be no books, if the author had no second person to read it.”

– Modern Romanticism

Were there to only one person upon this Earth, there could not be something possible like a “perception”. What they’d see, as the lone human upon Earth, would be everything. They’d not be able to share what they have seen.

However, were there to be two humans upon Earth, they’d be able to look at each other, and tell each other a perception.

This means that no one person can have a perception, as the individual. No alone individual has a perception. A perception is only ever possible, when a human can view something that is not merely themselves seeing it.

As an example, if a hundred people were gathered in a movie theater to view a film, then each person would see the same thing, though interpret it differently. It is in this sense that their interpretation is a deception. For that deception makes up not what the film has displayed.

A camera can perceive. What we share through a camera, is always a deception. That means that the camera acts as a device of perception, though never truth. We attempt to outlaw the gun, though never do we wish to outlaw the camera, despite the harm it has caused upon the mind. The mind is tricked. The mind is tormented by thoughts of confusion. The mind, when confused, causes the body to be a slave for it. It is uncontrolled, as any slave is rebellious, or has the heart for it. The psychopath is only ever bred from confusion and neglect.

In the individual’s eyes, there is no interpretation or perception. Though, when there are two individuals in a room, the only thing that takes place of what is seen, is offered interpretations/perceptions. For in what they see, being the perception, and in what they think about, being the interpretation, is not left alone in one’s mind. As in, the person who believes that, on their own, they perceive, forgets that such thoughts inevitably must be shared. For on their own, they’d not perceive, though remain as the sole individual in knowledge of all truth.