Can a distinction be made between the act of perceiving, and the perception itself? Where in the act of perceiving can not be true or false, but only the perception can? Perceiving a situation just 'is' where a perception arrived upon can be determined to be accurate or inaccurate. You perceived a situation as 'a'. That is the experience. That is what took place. But 'a' is not true and therefore the perception is wrong. But you still perceived it as 'a'. That doesn't change Or can a false perception mean the act of perceiving must also be wrong. I do not see how an action can be true or false, it simply is. Please give me some insight as if I am trying to make a distinction where none belongs.

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