Monday, September 28

Misperception, Bush, politics and the press.


With a post title like above, you probably expect a long article. But i’m not a voluminous writer. Over the past several years one of the things I’ve seen over and over again, both in the news, and in my personal life, is that our perception of the world is rarely complete. We just don’t see the whole picture, and that happens not just occasionally, but most of the time.

Too see a situation for what it really is, wholly, is rare. very rare.

I cite this article about impressions of Bush as an example.  


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