The new reality
is that missions is a two-way street.
The noeme of photography is therefore not only the expression of a reality
, there-it-is, but the superimposition of reality
with the past, that-has-been.
In a lot of ways reality
shows have been searching for the next Richard Hatch ever since.
Through the instruction of a master, he gains an insight into the "truth of Zen" that involves a radical critique of the ordinary perception of reality
is constructed within three realms--social, physical, and individual--and is composed of societal definitions and interactions (Charon, 1992, pp.
When the business world first embraces virtual reality
, it will likely be for high-level management applications, such as searching databases," says Greg Panos, president of SophisTech Research, a publishing company that specializes in virtual reality
Armed with a virtual reality
helmet, CEOs will be able to enter the world of Bill Agee and look on, spellbound, as he explains where all the money went.
To enhance the sense of reality
, some researchers are experimenting with tactile feedback devices (TFDs).
Modern art challenged our perceptions, our reality
, and eventually our notion of art itself.
When we consider the bread and the act of eating it in a different context (in the context, say, of our identity as creatures who require constant nourishment to stay alive), we perceive a deeper reality
to our physical situations.
TWO: The sense of entitlement physicians feel--their "doctorness"--is undervalued by management.