What our minds do when we see someone’s body – Matthew Hutson – Aeon


This is one of the most mind-bogglingly complex, provoking and provocative, challenging, obtuse and abstruse pieces of thinking and reporting that I have ever encountered.

And I have encountered a lot. I actually, really, don’t know what to make of it.

What I do know is that it is important, in some way, or several or many ways, to me, and to other thinkers and writers of my acquaintance.

It is published by Aeon, probably the finest web salon we have on this poxy little planet that we have chosen to call, what was it again? Dirt? Soil? Ah hold on, I’ve got it, EARTH!

I’m sort of suggesting that you might want to try reading it?

And if you succeed, please come back and explain it to me.



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