borders & boundaries
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Borders & Boundaries
Borders & BoundariesWhat motivate or motivates explorers to transcend assumed frontiers?
Presented by: Eli Dupuy
thesisExplorers transcend assumed frontiers to establish principals, gain ground, progress with certainty, to seek reality, or to learn the facts of nature. However, the interconnection of all things sanctions no actual boundaries, but they exist. What motivates explorers to transcend assumed frontiers is simply their cognitive perception of the world around them. They see no limits.
Main pointsAnalyze various facets of explorationDistinguish Between actual and perceived boundariesCommon characteristics that link these elements
EXPLORATIONA BOUNDARY MARKS A LIMITPhysical- Mountain, Ocean, River, DesertPolitical- Mason-Dixon Line, Four Corners Monument Cultural- Race, Ethnicity, Language, Religion Socio-economical- Income, Education, OccupationScientific- Global Warming, Evolution vs. Creation
FOUR CORNERS MONUMENTMASON-DIXON LINE
WHAT IT COULD BE VS. WHAT IT IS
CHARACTERISTICSFocusPreparedness ConvictionPerseverance CreativityCuriosityResilience Risk takingIndependence Sense of higher purposePERCEPTION
CONCLUSIONWe have analyze various facets of explorationWe have distinguish between actual and perceived boundariesDiscussed common characteristics that link these elements
CLOSING STATEMENTBorders and Boundaries: What motivated or motivates explorers to transcend assumed frontiers? This topic was a question of rational metaphysics, a fundamental view of the world around us. A feasible metaphysical viewpoint should aim to comprehend or seek reality, as do explorers. It is the perception of reality which influences action, and every cause has an effect. When different entities interact, they do so according to the nature. In this case, there is no right or wrong answer to address ones motives, but all perspectives should be considered.