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Anything we perceive - even whether or not we perceive it - is subject to the filter of our beliefs and assumptions.

Does it mean: Whatever we perceive - and even if we do not perceive it - is ....

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It does seem strange.

Yes, that's what it means.

So we have to be talking about two different meanings of "perceive," in my opinion.

Anything we say, even whether or not we say it - is subject to the filter of our beliefs and assumptions.

It seems like an absurdity, unless we give the author some latitude, and assume he means we may think it.
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AvangiIt seems like an absurdity, unless we give the author some latitude, and assume he means we may think it.

That's what I was thinking about.

Anything we perceive - and even if we do not perceive it but just think about it - is subject to the filter of our beliefs and assumptions.

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