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Nietzsche Case

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I agree with Nietzsche because facts are proven only when people are search for answers that they want to hear. There isn't a way to prove that anything we sense is real. This is because our sense perception is not uniform between each and every human. For example, everyone thinks that the sky is blue. Well, one could argue that the sky is green. How do we really know it is blue? And as humans we would say that that is the color blue because that is the color that we see. Our senses determine whether or not something is really real to us. However, sense perception does have its limitations. It is quite difficult for us to really be tuned in to all of our surroundings. The chemical and electrical reactions in our brain struggle to sense each and every stimulus that we may potentially respond to. Also, our sense perception is restricted by the values we place on our stimulus based off of our previous experiences. Each individual person has a different interpretation of things, whether is a picture or a piece of apple pie. In each situation, our senses really are our own interpretation. I agree with Nietzsche because facts are proven only when people are search for answers that they want to hear. There isn't a way to prove that anything we sense is real. This is because our sense perception is not uniform between each and every human. For example, everyone thinks that the sky is blue. Well, one could argue that the sky is green. How do we really know it is blue? And as humans we would say that that is the color blue because that is the color that we see. Our senses determine whether or not something is really real to us. However, sense perception does have its limitations. It is quite difficult for us to really be tuned in to all of our surroundings. The chemical and electrical reactions in our brain struggle to sense each and every stimulus that we may potentially respond to. Also, our sense perception is restricted by the values we place on our stimulus

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