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--- William Benzon <email@example.com> wrote:
> Yes, you probably are biased. And I suspect that others in the
> are biased by a belief that their culture and language will survive,
> even be at the top of the heap.
The general argument is: this culture worked quite nicely before, so
obviously it is going to work fine in the future, too, right?
Unfortunately, this is not really true at all....
There are very few men - and they are exceptions - who are able to think and feel beyond the present moment.
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