Not so. Perceptions can never logically vouch for themselves. One perception cannot vouch for the realness of another perception. One dream cannot vouch for the realness of another dream. One hallucination cannot vouch for the realness of another hallucination.Atla wrote:Those perceptions are probably true/real, which all add up, together. They create a consistent, verifiable worldview. And my worldview also explains the "source" of mental impressions.
I would just use smple logic.TimeSeeker wrote:What experiment would you run to determine if reality is real?
'Experiencing' can be known, with absolute certainty, and therefore is real. Although the 'content' of one's experiencing cannot be trusted, the 'experiencing' itself is absolutely certain and is undeniable/undoubtable.
Any attempt to deny the reality of 'experiencing', only affirms it. If we deny 'experiencing exists', then we must also deny the experiencing of denying