We have, as human beings, an enormous array of tools available to look at the world surrounding us, but through this mechanical, often un-empathetic stare, a polarized difference between us and others, and a stubborn, anthropocentric worldview has resulted. We have cameras, telescopes, microscopes etc, and these tools to observe and pierce and poke at the otherness around us work...
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