A note on Wikipedia

Tuesday, May 20, 2008 3:07 PM By Stephen J Christophers

After the lifting of a ban by Chinese sensors on the popular website Wikipedia, Chinese mainlanders are now free to both browse and edit Wikicontents over Chinese networks. As a Wikivirgin: It took about an hour to breeze over the Witiquette and Wikisyntax, then to hone in on a rather unimpressive entry, that of, “experience” I was away. The following passage on Subjective Experience is my first of what I hope to be many such entries

=== The Subjective Experience ===

A state of individual subjectivity, [[perception]] on which one [[creates]] their own state of [[reality]]; a reality that is based on one’s [[interaction]] with their [[environment]]. The ''subjective'' ''experience'' is based on one’s [[individual]] ability to process [[data]], store and [[internalize]] it, for example: our senses collect data, which is then processed according to [[biological]] programming (genetics), [[neurological]] network relationships and other variables such as [[relativity]] etc, all of which affect our individual experience of any given situation in such a way as to render it subjective.

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