Oxford: Academic Publishers (2017)
AbstractLIMITS OF HUMAN SENSES, Consciousness and Awareness ULRICH DE BALBIAN Meta-Philosophy Research Center My art makes the invisible visible, limits of human awareness 1 Human consciousness and awareness is restricted by stereotypes and notions that cause philosophers and artists to exist in the dark ages as far as their perception and understanding of human inner and outer senses are concerned. Humans perceive 7 colors of rainbows with 16 to 37 or more colors, that are perceived by other organisms, for example certain sea creatures.
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