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On Friday, February 8, 2002, at 11:25 , Philip Jonkers wrote:
> But I guess you mean it in a more metaphorical sense.
Yes, as I replied to Joe- I meant in that sense of directioned
process- nature and evolution is not a backtracking thing.
Blindness implies wandering around in all directions.
It is tunnel-visioned and relentless, if you will, and not
blind, although, yes, tunnel-vision is its own form of blindness.
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