None of this focuses on what the thing is. I don't mean its properties, like is it solid, or is it red, or how much does it weigh, but what is it? I had to use the phrase "human figure" above because I didn't think you would follow my point if I kept using the indefinite word "thing"—I had to convey some kind of tangible example. But that phrase is just one possible perception of the "thing" we pointed to. You might have said it was a mammal, or a man, or a solid object, or a bus driver, or your father, or a stockholder, or a customer, or…ad nauseam.
- 1. Entities
- from Data and Reality: A Timeless Perspective on Perceiving and Managing Information in Our Imprecise World, 3rd Edition
- Publisher: Technics Publications
- Released: March 2012
This man "is" suffering from identification!
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