ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD NEAR THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL AT THE ARGENTINA BELGRANO II BASE WITH ALL THE EMOTIONAL LANDSCAPES THAT FOLLOW
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Philosophers often appeal to fictional lands in order to illustrate their concepts. Consider Plato with his Atlantis (Critius, Timaeus), and El Dorado (e.g., Voltaire), and Hyperborea (e.g., Nietzsche).
Being a mental experiment or an example akin to a riddle, stories about these lands have become objects of scientific speculation almost as soon as they appear. It is fascinating to look for a land that, according to many sources, existed, even if one has to look tens of thousands of kilometers south of Attica and find Atlantis on white maps of Antarctica.
Does virtual reality dream of itself? Do we dream or express and articulate our dreams in virtual reality? It remains to be seen.
Reality contains many realities, and those realities are real. Or more mundanely: the cosmos (everything that exists) contains many worlds (physical and virtual spaces), and the objects in those worlds are real. Now we just need to unpack real.
David J. Chalmers