Children have sometimes been described or seen as “inexperience[d] with consensual reality”, although they are described as such, expecting their perspective to get closer and closer to the consensual reality of their society with age. Consider this example: consensual reality for people who follow a particular theocratic religion differs from consensual reality for those who follow another theorcentric religion, or those who avoid theocratic religions in favor of science alone to explain life and the universe. Consensual reality is what is generally recognized as a reality, based on a consensual view. I would like the aeration and approval to work, and I walked away from those calls and felt better. The chord creates and confirms the positions and the ventilation strengthens the neural pathways. I left the call angry and dismissed, planted in a clearly defined posture. Every time I do myself well and someone else gets it wrong, we sound the alarm. There is no way if the positions are fixed. Only a drop of doubt can allow the working capacity to enter the room. Curiosity builds bridges between us. The call for consensus stems from the fact that people do not fully understand the nature of knowledge or ontology or agree on what, given the great contradictions between subjectivities, often makes uncertain what is real.   However, we can try to achieve with others some form of consensus on what is real. We can use this consensus as a pragmatic guide, either assuming that it seems to be getting closer to some sort of valid reality, or simply because it is more “practical” than perceived alternatives.
Consensual reality therefore refers to the agreed concepts of reality, which people in the world or a culture or group believe to be real (or treated as real), usually on the basis of their common experiences, as they believe; Anyone who disagrees with these is sometimes called “in force”. Living in another world.  The connotation of the notion of “consensual reality” is generally pejorative: it is usually used by idealistic, surrealist and other anti-realist theorists who oppose or oppose this “reality”, with the implication that this consensual reality is more or less created by those who live it. (The term “consensual reality” can be used more easily to refer to generally accepted beliefs.) However, there are those who use this term in a way that favors practical utility when everyone agrees on a common set of assumptions or experiments.  Do you have hours of conversations in your head about something that bothers you? Do you call your friends or family to ventilate? Do you think a solution and relief will appear if you continue to hate her? How much time do you spend in the reality of convergence In societies where theoritarian religions dominate, religious understanding of existence would be consensual reality, while religious beliefs would remain the non-consensual (or alternative) reality in a predominantly secular society, where consensual reality is founded solely in science. . . .