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Environmental Ethics 29 (2):115-130 (2007)
|Abstract||Unconsidered visual acts carry with them embedded presuppositions that arise with the speed of thought. The mind’s virtually instantaneous labeling of objects perceived forces subconscious (though learned) categorization that infects the results obtained from acts seeing acts. Chief among these biased results is a presumed divide between self and other that is both ecologically false and philosophicallydangerous|
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