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I need multiple opinions because Ive confused myself 😅😅

Does that fact that we don't percieve the world exactly as it is necessarily mean we don't percieve it directly?

literally any ideas I will appreciate so much 😊
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Which part of Direct Realism is this referring to? I can help you out
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(Original post by 221Breezeblocks)
Which part of Direct Realism is this referring to? I can help you out
😊 russell put forward the objection about perceptual variations and a counterarguemnt to this is that just because perception isnth always correct or the same as reality, we can still perceive directly.
I'm trying to find a way to evaluate this last point .
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