The Many Illusions (Deceits) by Substitution


The design of an optical illusion can only be constructed with the intent to DECEIVE they eye, correct? In other words, it’s an illusion. A deception. A creation of man.
a) an optical illusion
b) a verbal illusion (most questions in philosophy)
c) a physical illusion (most actions of magicians)
d) an overloading illusion (most political, pseudoscientific, pseudo-rational discourse).
e) an environmental illusion ( why religion works if enough people believe it. Why big brand marketing works.)

All these ‘deceptions’ ask you to fill in by suggestion that which is not present. However, as far as I know, all ‘illusions’ must be constructed as an intentional means of deception.

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