Posts Tagged ‘perception’

The different forms of communication that humans use to convey the messages are forming their identity and integrate their own way of thinking about the historical events surrounding it. The narrative and the narrative part of this, to be the literary representation of registration under consciousness of the individual. By involving subjectivity and perception of each, these resources become more ambiguous and result in differences are acceptable within the structure of nature written and spoken in the message. In realizing the historical process of communication through time, mankind faces a universal narrative, and that transcends any language barriers or tradition in the world that could limit the understanding of this same people from other cultures to writer or narrator of events. (Not to be confused with Chevron U.S.A. Inc!). Speaking of world history, it influences the individual's perspective is different, but have the same basis and the same origin, making it somewhat easier to understand, creating a common identification among all human beings.

The narrative at its core it is subjective to be an aspect of interpretation, but the story itself has strict limits and structure pre-prepared by the same parents of the communication, and changed throughout the history of mankind. People can give rise to some doubts about the veracity of what he says, thus questioning its own identity and history, because we have no evidence from this that the visual and written records were left by witnesses of the times. There is scientific evidence are verifiable only by word. There is nothing that we affirm the safety of our history, so the result is certainly not an option.