The concept of reality spans a broad spectrum of levels of description.
On the one extreme, that of pure quantitativeness, reality may be a mathematical structure such as an intricate quantum graph.
On the other extreme, that of pure qualitativeness, reality may be what we experience when we rid ourselves of all conceptual thinking in a state of mindful awareness.
Between the extremes, our levels of descriptions have different degrees of conceptuality and objectivity: from philosophical phenomenology to everyday cultural notions of reality to the sciences with varying degrees of hardness.
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