what is o'brien's position on perception?

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O'Brien's position on perception is that truth and reality are subordinate to the Party. An individual's voice and/or objective reality are in direct conflict with the Party and are considered dissent of Party rules. For O'Brien, the Party determines perception for all. The Party's reality is the "truth".