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I'm intrigued by your interpretation - thank you. This Liberal Arts major is in favor of art.

Without being too arty - the towers are the most visible part, but only an afterthought to the "foundation" into which they are stuck.

In this case, the "scoops" ironically enough are the substance. Without that substance, you'll never BE the "inside scoop" and relegated to giving or getting them!

(On the other hand, as you point out in the end, both elements are necessary for a more pleasing overall package.)

Well, first of all, I am a sucker for line weight and brush stroke, so it's not uncommon for me to become fascinated with art consisting of a few strokes. "Great art" is subjective and personal - that's where the real greatness lies.

As for the binary/logocentric being nothing new, I wonder how the internet has contributed and if small groups of new-thinking people might tap that power to affect a fundamental change.

Our current economic problems stem from reliance upon industrial revolution, semi-feudal principles. There is a movement to shift that thinking, but how might our view of "others" be psychologically ingrained over the last 1,500 years?

If we have made the environment, after all...

Good chat. Thanks!

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