Meeting the Universe Halfway 9.3分
读书笔记 Meeting the Universe Halfway
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In other words, the asymmetrical faith we place in our access to representations over things is a historically and culturally contingent belief that is part of Western philosophy's legacy and not a logical necessity; that is, it is simply a Cartesian habit of mind.

I mean... Of course, what do you expect? Everything, especially things that look normal, has a history. I expect historians roll their eyes when reading this passage.

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