Virtual Paradox: Definition and The Choice Case

“A virtual paradox is an illusion of paradox.  In the case of plans of choosing and options, the absence of requirement for these elements in an act of choosing is due to their embodiment in neiphynormal constructs as opposed to constructs of the intellect.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Cognitive Dissonance: Definition

“Cognitive dissonance, in terms of the intellect, is psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs held simultaneously.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Normal Mental Experience

“Normal mental experience may involve some seemingly surrealistic (strange-combination) content.  It is not actually surrealistic.  It is just that the human intellect must use surrealistic proxies (substitutes) for ideas that are beyond complete, human understanding.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

The Foundations of Science and Subobjective Reality (Virtual Objective Reality)

“All of the foundations of science exist in the HEX (human experience) domains – the intellect, the sensorium, and the neiphynormium.  Therefore, none of the foundations of science constitute a part or all of objective reality, though they do constitute a part of ‘subobjective reality,’ virtual objective reality.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti