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tomseller 12-11-2012
tomseller - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (MA)
"Determinate knowledge and illusion are contradicted with each other, yet they are inalienably related with each other. Knowledge is self-illuminated and eternally real whereas, illusion is the understanding of one thing as another. For example, identifying a rope as a snake is an illusion. It happens due to the failure of discriminating a knowledge from another by the cognizer. Thus, it is stated that all illusions are subjective. Source:"

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