The Blessing and Curse of Decomposition

Breaking things down into parts is at the heart of science, but also messes with our reality

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The use of symbols in modern times almost seems like a given, like a natural part of the world around us. There are icons on every screen, logos on every device, the colorful geometry of street signs, emojis in our texts. Their ubiquity makes…

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A software-psychology guy breaking down the way we think as individuals and collectives

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