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The Zero State

And why you have to unsee it to believe it

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We ought to leg go of this annoyingly limiting, empirically-grounded idea that whatever we see doesn’t exist.

While we acknowledge that we only see a sliver of world that’s actually around us, we often attribute this to contexts beyond our understanding — say, cosmology or quantum physics. In so doing, we tend to write the bigger picture off…




Philosophy | Psychology | Physiology: Bridging the gap between us and ourselves.

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