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Reality of values
The human mind always sees what it wants or expects to see, and not what it actually is.: the brain sends special control signals to the retina of the eye (its continuation), with the result that only the one that more or less corresponds to the “empirical reality” stored in memory is selected from all the redundant optical information.
People who are blind from birth after a surgical restoration of their vision for a few weeks see only the chaos of color spots and only gradually, with the help of touch, learn to see “empirical objects”. This is another confirmation of the idea that "material", or“Empirical”, reality is not the reality of things, but the reality of values—Amit Goswami, Professor Emeritus of Physics from India.