Worlds of Words

Words are both precise and vague – so we can read into them more than is there, or read out of them the content we don’t like. Thus we take charge of the context by which we see the word as ‘this or that’ and then the world as ‘this or that’, to the exclusion of the reality that would challenge our beliefs.

Mike Laidler

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