They say, that we have to consult other people so that we can get reassurance and other people's opinions before making a decision. We also take note of others sometimes so there's no bias.
Jennifer mentioned that there's no proof, we could never be sure of everything.
I say, we can't be sure of anything but I feel that only our opinion matters anyways. At the end of the day we have to deal with our actions whether it was a good decision or not. If we consult other, most of the time we don't even listen to them anyways.
I agree that we do take notes so there is no bias. At the end of the day, people will believe their own viewpoints over others and always think they are right. As much as they try to value other peoples perception, they think that theirs is usually right.
In my opinion, everyones view on things is different and nobodys perception is either right or wrong. In everybody's eyes their own perception is always right and they might not see the wrong they are doing or thinking. Oftentimes people will have a closed mindset and think in a very rude way, without realizing their perception is wrong vice versa. It is very important to understand that not everyone sees eye to eye, and everyone has their own stance and opinion on certain stuff in life. It is important to always keep in mind other opinions.
To add on to my comment, I think sometimes people ask for other peoples perceptions to feel better about what they think. Sometimes people may ask for others opinions and in hopes that they think the same.
I believe everyone has a different perception on everything. if you are told one thing by your parents than you may believe that. then people come around and have a different perception on that certain topic and they may not think that is true. everyone sees the word different and I believe we have all created a right or wrong through society. There may be more people that one thing so then people will start thinking that is right. I'm really not sure how to tell if things are right or wrong. People may just have different opinions about everything and never see the same thing. everyone has been raised on what is right and wrong and I think you will believe that for a long period of your life. and you have your own believes but when someone else thinks something else then there could be an argument or a fight.
There is no right answer to perception. It is only a set of standards set from society to make people believe in one things stronger than another. Like one of my peers said during their presentation that people who set ethical standard have the right perception. But then again that is another perception. It is a sort of illusion that does not have any right or wrong.
I do believe that our own perceptions in life are right. There is a reason why everyone has their own perceptions about things in life but it does not mean that other peoples perceptions are wrong. I found it interesting when one of the classmates said that we cannot be sure about everything. I understand that, but there are a lot of things that we can actually be sure about, for example, the things that we see or feel. We can of course feel different things, but I don't think that we all are deluded for that.
I for one can never make a decision without the help from others. It's the fact that I don't want to be wrong or different that makes me need the opinion from others. I believe we should have our own perceptions and ideas, but the society we live in today makes that hard, due to the fact we are always being judged. I think we just believe others even though what they say might not be true due to the lack of our self confidence. For one that's my biggest issue, I let the words and opinions of others get to me even though it is not true. I say our perception is right if we believe it is right. We have to be 100% confident with our perception in order to believe we are correct.
Every single person has different perceptions on different things which is why there is no right answer on perception. A closed minded person can argue about a topic and think he/she is right when in fact that person is being rude and offending others. That person might think he/she has the correct perception while other people think otherwise. People will always think their perceptions are always right but people in a society with different ideas can argue against that person making him/her think that their perceptions is wrong. No one can truly have the perfect perceptions on life, that is why opinions matter the most.
They say it is not right or wrong for our personal perception. I agree with that. A person's perception of a thing depends on his/her experience and personality Therefore, it happens that when we got someone else's perception, we sympathize it or sometimes question it. We all deserve a right to have our own perception even not really everyone agrees with it. Similarly, we cannot control other people's mind and perceptions. For example, some people think that religion is bad because they had been hurt. Some may think religion can constrain people's behavior so that they won't do anything bad. We can be on one of the sides that we agree, but we do not get to judge others' viewpoints are right or wrong.
I believe that everyones perception in life is neither right or wrong. I think this because everyone has different perceptions on things. I don't think that our perception on things will always be correct because there are different sides to a story. One of my classmates had stated that humans only know from right and wrong and we can never be truly sure of everything. I agree with this because how can we really know what is right and wrong. If we do consult others we don't necessarily know if there perception on things in right either.
I also agree with you that there is no right or wrong on thoughts. Some peoples rights might be others wrong, and it all depends on people view life. You can not ever judge how you think with how someone else thinks because at the end of the day sadly people usually do not see eye to eye with each other. This is necessarily not a bad thing, but people do not see life in the same lens.
My classmate said that we can never be sure of anything. I agree with that because same thing can be viewed right or wrong because everyone has their own perspective. Everyone's perception of things is different. It is based on individuals society and culture. Those are the main things that shape us and leads us to understand the world in our own way. If we compare the rich and poor, there will be two very different perceptions of something. This is all due to the values, norms and beliefs of each individual.
I also agree that in life, we can definitely never be sure of what is happening or what is going to occur. We only see whats going on in the present, and our perception is always going to differ from those around us because what we see is not necessarily what they see. As much as we see eye to eye with people there are some things that we view different.
Perception is told in many different ways. Perception can be you see one thing wrong but as soon as friends tell you otherwise then you're perception might even change. Perception is like a factor, you see many different situation that are similar but you have a different perception everytime. Because this all falls into personal perception because personal perception is a big impact and is an advantage within one.
I truly believe we all have different perceptions of things. I don't think we should or have to consult with others to be sure if our perception is right or wrong, but if we so happen to ask another their view point on something, deep down we'd still go with our own thought view at the end of the day.
I also agree that we do not need to consult with others on our perception because what we think is how we think and other peoples thoughts might cloud our vision and change our minds. What we think is our opinions.
They say our personal perception is neither right nor is it wrong. Personal perception depend on ones experience and personality. I say that is correct, we really can't say that our perception on one thing is right while someone else may think otherwise. We often question others perception due to exposure through out our lifetime to believe the perception embedded within us is right and others are wrong. We all deserve to say our perception is right but have to take into consideration that others may have a different point of view and we should listen to them and not turn them down. When we consult others on perception we truly can't say they are wrong or right and vise versa. We can be on the same page but different point of views can open new perceptions within people.
Personal perception really does depend on a lot of things. The personal explains how everyones has to do with themselves, and the things they experience and go through. What goes on in your life can change your perception wether it is for worst or better.
We can never be too sure our perception is the right one because there is no sure thing. Everyone sees the world differently, so often when you're asking for advice from others, you get ideas that may have never crossed your mind before and are able to see the world through their eyes and get their perception of things. You don't need validation from others if you are sure of yourself and trust your gut, but consulting with others and knowing your perception is sensible is something a lot of us do. Sure, we can take other people's advice but we need to take it with a grain of salt. Neither theirs or yours will be right, for there is no one who is ever too sure of themselves.
In our world perception is different for everyone. If you believe one thing is right, another person might have the complete opposite view. Perception of anything all comes down to the person and what their beliefs and values are. In reality there is no right or wrong, there's just a cultural belief of what is considered "right" and "wrong". What people in one culture believe is right might be considered a wrongdoing in another culture. Perception is all a matter of your viewpoint. Whenever we do consult other people, it's a natural thing to do as we want reassurance of what is "right". Although whenever you're asking someone for their viewpoint you shouldn't completely give into it. If you think choosing one thing is the right choice for you while another person tell you to do the opposite, you should realize that at the end of the day there is no right or wrong choice, there's only a matter of what you want.
I say that our perception is based off our experience but that does not mean it is right and it does not mean we know of it to be true. Our perception is our opinion. We all have one and we do not always agree with the people around us. We consult others just to consult, not to find one perception more true than the other; however, instinictly we might be quick to judge but that judgement is yours so others are not obligated to be sure of it. Majority of the time if the person you're talking to does not find your premise to be true, it will be hard to convince them that your perception is correct anyways. There is no techincal right or wrong, it's based off our personal views.
In my opinion, as a person all of us are unique individuals. Each of us think differently and to find which one in wrong or right can be impossible. As my classmate mentioned “ Our perception is out opinion” which means that we can be right for us not for everybody. However we deserve a right to have our point of view. Difference of perceptions can also be cultural based rather than individual. Even though you thing you are right, you cannot judge others ideas or thoughts. Better to find people that will keep your side and that can share your perceptions.
During presentation students said that it is not right or wrong for our personal perception. But I believe that are very few moments where the person has to consult with another person for his own decisions. The consultation leads to shifting the blame to other people when something goes wrong. With the person making its own decisions there is nobody else to blame for.
As my classmates said, we can never be sure about everything. I agree with that because so many things in life are right or wrong based on each individual perception. There are things that we all have the same opinion and perception on, and there are things that are right for some people and wrong for other. For example, everyone would agree that driving a car into the store is wrong. But when it comes to political questions like is abortion right or wrong, there is no absolute right or absolute wrong answer. Our perception is right for us, unless we discuss it someone and they convince us the opposite.
The question depends on your definition of right. If right means what is absolutely true, then there is no telling if you are right even when you consult someone else. We are all biased to an extent and our perception is shaped and skewed based on our experiences, which by definition means that nothing we perceive is what is actually happening. Math and Physics for example are just concepts we invented to navigate and understand the world around us, that doesn't mean that the world only works in our understanding of it. We can say however that the more we consult what we perceive, the better chance we get of getting closer to being right, which is the premise of peer review.
A lot of people commenting suggest that perception is something that is true for all of us individually regardless of differences in perception. But this definition doesn't really work when you consider obviously wrong things like saying "jumping off a 10 story building naked won't hurt me" or "you can't tell me what to do mom." More frankly, it is hard to believe that a ton of people with contradictory ideas can all be true at once considering some things seem to be objectively wrong. More to consider, do some ideas become more right than others if more people believe the exact same thing? Or if everyone stops believing an idea, does that make it automatically wrong?
Either way I think it is difficult to know if our perception is correct when consulting other people. But I think it is impossible to be completely right if you never consult anyone unless by sheer chance, you were born without the ability to be biased.
Each person on this earth has a different view on things. My opinion will not be identical to my classmates, teachers, siblings, or even my parents. Not everyone will agree with my statements and that is okay. Our opinions come from many different components such as the way we were raised, our peers, and past experiences. With that being said, due to everyones different pasts of course we won't have the same thoughts. We cant really determine if our perception is right or wrong. You will know that from your gut feeling. No ones answer or opinion should have enough power to alter your point of view. Believe in what you want to believe in and that is enough.
Everyone has different morals and how they look at life. It’s important we learn to adapt to different morals but also remain true to oneself. Finding people will similar morals and goals makes life a lot easier. Parents and the environment you are raised in play a big factor in determining your destiny. As an adult it’s important we represent ourselves as how we would want our future children to be. We only get one life so it’s extremely necessary for us to live it happy, freely, and responsibly.
They say our personal perception is neither right nor is it wrong. Nothing we perceive is what is actually happening. Personal perception depend on ones experience and personality. Not everyone will agree with my statements because the way they view the situation is from a different angle. "We can never be sure about everything" we can have our split second decision about the situation, does it mean that I am right, yes and no, their are many views and angles you can look at a situations. The deal with opinions will not be identical to classmates, teachers, siblings, or even my parents. Going back at the angle you look at a situation is the Perception of it all comes down to the person and what their beliefs and values are. In reality there is no right or wrong.