No, they are not the same thing. Are you one of those people who claims everyone is racist or discriminates in some way purely because they notice someone's race or how they’re different?
no at all. but that doesn't mean that a person won't notice the skin color of another person when looking. let's look into the semantic view of this.
lets say you have a person wearing a shirt. looking at this person, you notice that he or she is wearing a shirt. your mind asks itself, "what is this object on this other object?"
it then does a search for previous references/values for both objects, which then are assigned to measure and describe the object and the object's object. in our case, our object is a person, and the person's object is a shirt.
at no point does the mind function without assigning values, because the mind does not understand the value of null.
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FUNCTION ORDER FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT ENXP MEANS: Ne > Ni > Fi=Ti > *