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HOW PHILOSOPHY COULD SAVE THE WORLD Cultural and Economic Diaspora, Self-sufficiency, Person-hood

6Nov/140

In a Mother’s Milk, Nutrients, and a Message, Too – NYTimes.com

The interesting implication has to do with the cavalier way we partition progeny from parents and the parent-child nexus from 'the world'.

The more we learn about these subtle proceedings the less this  partitioning makes sense.

And then there is the matter of Richard Dawkins' talk about extended phenotypes.

If we continue dismantling the significance of phenotypes and melding parents and progeny into seamless concatenations, what is going on will eventually swim into view.

In a Mother’s Milk, Nutrients, and a Message, Too - NYTimes.com.

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