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“I can’t help but perceive images and language as inherently material, but also as material that is sensed in cognition, that only exists in concept, and that is also entirely real. Maybe it is paradoxical to make a claim for something abstract and defined as concept to also be real. Yet with the flood (and accessibility) of more and more information in recent years, I perceive this deluge as something palpable, if only in a space as seemingly de-materialized as the realm of cognition. (Which, in fact, seen through the lens of science, is entirely material).”

Carter Mull interview

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