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  1. Perception - you see, but how much ?

    Visually, glasses impede vision. Do not be fooled by the very expensive illusion of vari-focal glasses, they are crap, they restrict vision to a paranoid memory, so they are as useful as visual impairment is. ...
    Anyway, how much detail do you notice in anything. Obviously it depends how far away from it you are, relative to the detail of it. (Sound perception is limited in the same way). So therefore, perception of anything is limited to impressions formed from the activity of the senses. In music, there are only a certain number of things which can be perceived at once and most music therefore restricts itself to cohesive layering to help form a stronger impression than something, which whilst potentially brilliant in it's detail, the details fail to be perceived by the listener.
    Anyway, perceptions. Dwell
    1. Jack Hertz

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      jux·ta·po·si·tion
      ˌjəkstəpəˈziSH(ə)n/
      noun
      plural noun: juxtapositions
      1. the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.
        "the juxtaposition of these two images"
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