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Oldest Maya Ruler Tomb, 350 BCE


One of the more interesting icons in the cultural history of the world is the image of the jester, or trickster, or fool.  It might be Enki, or Loki, or Maximón, or Prometheus among many.  It is an archetype in … Continue reading

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Does The Language We Speak Affect our Ability to Think?


Although the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (linguistic relativity) has been the subject of much discussion, the notion that the lack of a word in one’s language limits the ability to think about ideas represented by the absent word(s).   Nevertheless, some elements of … Continue reading

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