All we see and feel are based on our perceptions. – People constantly, based on sensory experience, map the environment, the surrounding world (including one’s own organism). The sensory data is constantly processed whereby signals are produced for regulating the body functions. The sensory data also produce ideas of the outside world whereby a person forms perceptions of the world. What there is are feelings and perceptions. – All we see and feel are based on our perceptions. Language (in the broadest sense) serves to produce and encode the perceptions, which develop in pace with the languages in general and a person’s capacity to see through the established perceptions (for a glimpse of light).
There is no scientific justification for distinguishing aspects of life under such classifications as ‘law’, ‘economy’, ‘politics’ etc. All these categories are but perceptions of life; perceptions people have given labels to; and under these labels aspects of life have historically been piled and compiled in accordance with the traits perceived in various issues. The underlying human activity is in every case simultaneously law; economics; politics; moral – whatever – the spectator just chooses based on his perceptions his perspectives and his vocabulary.
Everything can affect anything and everything is but a perception of anything. When we regard issues like law, economy or politics what we see is solely governed by the mode of looking, the perspectives we choose, our point of view – the mind will work with the chosen perceptions (and language really is the ‘operational language’). Economics, law, aesthetics, political sciences, theology, they do not exist as such. They are just descriptions to indicate from which point of view we are treating the subject matter.
Theories of law are almost exclusively based on the fallacy of not seeing that the whole endeavor is but based on a chosen perspective and the confused perceptions.
All our perceptions are better recognized being on a continuum or better yet on an infinite number of such and arranged in endless combinations, sometimes occupying the same spot.