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From Physical Sciences to Art for the Blind—How Abstraction Guides Everything That We Do

Science to an external observer can seem like a well-oiled machine; a zoo of exciting outcomes churned out at an incredibly fast pace. To others however, scientific discovery can be tantamount to stumbling around in the dark, trying to find the light-switch by feeling the furniture. 766 more words


Panoptical Illusions

The All-Seeing “I”

The Western world for centuries has focused more and more on the individual. For example, in the 1700s when people sat down to a meal in America everyone ate out of common platters and bowls. 646 more words