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>we cannot confuse the map with the territory, but when the map allows us to
>successfully navigate the territory, we must admit that the map bears a
>high degree of descriptive fidelity to the territory.
You'll get no arguement from me on that. It's the whole purpose of making
the map in the first place.
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