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Old 18-10-2014, 01:22 AM   #31
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1) and 2) are not distinct. E.g. you mention the moon in 1) but you'll find some who say it's a solid lump of rock and others who say it's something else so...
Which is explained by him saying perception is the illusion. Any perspective I have seen can agree the moon is actually there though, which was his point. not what the moon actually is. We have moons in our solar system. This is a fact. What they are is subject to debate.

What people say the moon is, doesn't change what it truly is. And the truth is not an illusion.
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