Objective Reality

This paper suggests that the best evidence that reality exists outside our perception of it, is that it contains objects that are intentionally designed. These either exist in themselves, or they indicate the existence of an objective entity that makes them appear to exist. So, in either case, an objective reality exists.
Keywords objective  reality  perception
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