People need to be drilled on this until they can't get it wrong any

      Put a person in front of a wall with two holes in it.

      In the left hole put a clear pane of glass, and in the other hole a
very high resolution LCD display.

      On the other side of the wall, place a red apple on a table,
viewable from both holes.

      Also connect a high resolution video camera to the LCD screen, so
the person sees as close to identical experiences when looking through
the clear glass, and looking through the LCD screen.

      Make sure they understand thoroughly the two different set ups, and
all the causal connection pathways among them.

      Then ask them

      "What is different between the left and the right hole?"
      "What is similar between the left and right hole?"

      Word clear direct and indirect, via and via free.

      Then have them spot their eyes.

      Have them describe the differences and similarities between seeing
the scene with their eyes to seeing the scene through the glass and the
lcd screen.

      When they finally cognite that what they see through their eyes is
like the LCD screen and indirect, ask them

      "What then are you seeing directly?"

      Run until they cognite they are conscious and are seeing their
conscious experiences directly.


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Learning across a Distance implies Learning by Being an Effect.
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