Tessa den Uyl

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I suppose behind ‘the seeker after wisdom’ there’s 'the seeker to relate.’ Like Perig said as well, how a being puts itself in a world (which will always be a reflection). Somehow we use BIG words like imagination, to hide from something we actually do not truly grasp. I think we tend to forget, especially in a society where science is so important, that the responsibility of man is far greater then his knowledge and we easily become confused that proof is based on a departing from a certain point of view, that doesn’t mean it is true, it’s only true based upon other thoughts that sustain it (and become a rule). So we kind of live in a pre-imagined socio cultural otherness. But there would be many other roads to walk along, and I think, that somehow I’m looking for those deviating roads.

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