Kevin Baker

About Kevin

Bio

Music, Art, Community Relations, Social Psychology, Cycling, Running, Guitar - Creative Happy Geek, lover of real technology, my views alone!

Where my heart is

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Communcation

An idea worth spreading

Everything can be learned

I'm passionate about

Human relationships, survival of the species, love, music and all of the above

Universities

UCL London

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Anything you wish!

People don't know I'm good at

Listening to their problems

Comments & conversations

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Kevin Baker
Posted over 2 years ago
Can we ever know how another person "senses" the world?
Many people here have used the term real, is anything real? we are back to the notion of conciousness and reality once more. Is there a way in which we make sense of the world that we do share with others, if we are in water we all feel resistance, does this mean we sense it in the same way? I'm not sure about that, but we all know that at a certain depth unique to us we find resistance to forward motion provided by the water. Is this correct for everyone?