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This is the second most-popular post on the blog. That, I assume, is because it's about an amazing and enigmatic bit of animation. Some day I'll return to it and take a deeper look. Read more

Spirits Sapir-Whorf Paperblog Pick in Philosophy

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I’ve been thinking, in English, about how thinking in English affects my ability to comprehend concepts, ideas, and stories that have been translated from hunter-gatherer... Read more

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