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Essays

Seeing Without Seeing

Blind People can help teach us to see better.

Blind people see in their own way but far differently from the way we see.

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Seeing and Knowing

One needs to see something to know it (Typically we cannot know about things until we see the things in action because the words we hear about things are, for the most part mere concepts. (The mind's eye needs a tutor.)

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Seeing (and Learning)

In one sense, a newborn's experience is very similar to the opposite experience of miniaturizing an adult and thrusting him into a dark moist womb where nothing is recognizable i.e. tissues, blood vessels, nerves, and as if being in an alien land. Thus, there is indeed a qualitative difference between being stupid and disoriented and being totally unfamiliar with one's environment.

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Nibbles ("Shorties" - Outside the Box)

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The Mind's Eye

The eye sees much much less than what is “out there” and what it can see and much more of what it—tethered to the brain---wants to see...

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Fungible (Replaceable - Interchangeable)

While most lay persons do not typically learn concepts such as Fungible, Inchoate nor Luddism, these notions can help us to better understand the world.

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World's Best

(Should we assume that there be a single scale of Talent or Exception for all Human Activities)

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Average - Space

An Average is a shorthand, abbreviation and/or stereotype used to describe a given population, assortment, or array. The average reduces and eliminates details in favor of a single number or concept e.g. “4.278512.”

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Bad Handles

Most of us are not trained to treat categories, “types” and “kinds” as mere "HANDLES” (like hooks) or ways of gathering and collecting different items that are “tethered” or grouped together.” A single word or term thus becomes the HAND-DLE by which we organize and speak about the underlying unique items of and in reality.

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Less Is Not Fewer

Indeed the words “Less” and “Fewer” are related and similar in meaning. Both are relative terms for dealing with numbers and quantities of items. But as it turns out, many among us tend to use them erroneously if not haphazard fashion i.e. as if they were interchangeable.

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