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Truth vs. Illusion

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Matt Kussin

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of Truth vs. Illusion

the quality or state of being true
In accordance with fact or reality
rightly or strictly so called; genuine
real or actual
accurate or exact
false idea or belief
a deceptive appearance or impression
a thing that is or is likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted by the senses
illusions are generally not disputed, where as the truth can be argued
Illusions make up most of modern day media

the media is the deceiver, or ‘centre’ and contains the power to manipulate

the viewer, or the deceived, is the ‘other’ and is subject to manipulation depending on their current knowledge of the subject
Three types of illusion in media: direct illusion, deceptive illusion, and indirect illusion
three types of illusion in media
media has power over unknowing mind
knowledge prevents manipulation
truth cannot be fully defined

Next time you see a commercial, use the knowledge you have to determine if it in fact the truth, or an...
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