The Case Against Reality. We’ve been using the wrong language to describe objective reality, asserts [UCI] cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman. Teapots, trees and speeding cars are not objects in space and time. They are instead akin to icons on a 3D computer desktop — perceptions we need to take “seriously, but not literally”. … Is reality virtual? It’s a question made even more interesting by this book.


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