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It will be argued that believing reality to be a product of consciousness is just as real as any other belief system. We may have high confidence in the idea that our world, the world we agree upon, is not a figment of an unconscious mind, but yet we have no way of measuring whether we are correct or not. Some philosophers believe that our conscious minds are lower in order than other parts of the human mind, it is sometimes argued that the rational mind can be a very small part of the human psyche. Psychologist Daniel Kahneman has argued that conscious thought is the slowest part of human thought.
Conway and Koehler's book The Social Self can be read as a critique of the notion that consciousness is a variation of the unconscious. Essentially an unconscious process, it is argued the unconscious mind is unaware and the "self" is just the people we think we are.
The mind is argued to be a social machine for the purpose of decision making. Viewing the conscious self as a construct of the unconscious leads to the suggestion that the subconscious interpretation of reality is selected by what other people believe you to be. These other people are an unconscious construct as well, in that what others believe you to be is the result of their own unconscious minds. Some researchers refer to this idea as "blind-spots".
Karl Popper's book The Logic of Scientific Discovery expounds upon this concept. He argues that the way we perceive the concept of reality is through our conceptual lens and that this lens derives from our biological history, the way we have evolved. Popper suggests that the first and only way to begin to discover new knowledge is through testing a hypothesis. He then goes on to argue that the concept of testing a possibility is a matter of language and grammar, and that somehow we have accepted writing language definitions and language definitions we have invented to understand the world as the only way to understand it. d2c66b5586