Monday, April 16, 2007

Map/territory relation - W

Map/territory relation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Korzybski's dictum ('The map is not the territory') is also cited as an underlying principle used in neuro-linguistic programming, where it is used to signify that individual people in fact do not in general have access to absolute knowledge of reality, but in fact only have access to a set of beliefs they have built up over time, about reality. So it is considered important to be aware that people's beliefs about reality and their awareness of things (the 'map') are not reality itself or everything they could be aware of ('the territory'). "

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