the mental pictures sharpened by the schemas and projected on the objects

there are 6 books placed on the desk:

the lengths are: 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26cm

the content: physics, mathematics, english, german language, music and painting

the publishers: A, A, B,B, A, A

the first person says, the books are placed according to the length in sequence;

the second person says, they are classified and placed into different categories/groups;

the third person says, the books are placed according to the categories of the publishers and the symmetry(two schemas).

everyone sees/constructs a different picture according to his schema in his mind – sequence, category and category&symmetry(integration).

that represented to our senses is sharpened by the schemas(structured) to be our mental picture, which is to be projected onto the object- that’s how we see a thing, or the world.

1, the world we see is the mental picture we construct and project onto the world as the object;

2, when a thing is presented to our senses, we each see different picture, but we believe we are right, and another picture apart from ours is wrong;

3, if the books are placed according to the categories of the content – then it means: the first person drags the one who placed the books into his small schema, and the the third person thinks too much and make a thing complicated as it actually is;

the third rule the third person believed (the integration of category and symmetry) also tells us that a complexity is an integration of some simplicities. ;-p