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"Nothing is what it is said to be: a plant is a door, this door is a head, this head is an electric bell, this bell is blue bird, this bird is me, this me is a thought, and vice versa.


The world is better to be described via analogy than hidden common elements. And then we'll accept that nothing makes sense — apparently."

Hyppolite Dusmaillet


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