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Unformatted text preview: yourself Descartes believes there are two different boxes, two different completely separate world Iching believe X and Y are in same box, and X and Y are connected despite there being a line separating them (also, Bororo believe) Experiment on boy Iching take for granted that they are connected to everything else - the people who adhere can have access to a connection to the world - for the iching, you are having a conversation with yourself not with any others He was exhibiting dualism - he was unable to escape from his own thing Descartes: you dont have access to anything outside of being human Iching: closer to Bororo - there is crossover, you are able to be both a human and a parrot Dualism = mutual exclusivity between the self and the other (Modern Western thought, Descartes, Augustine) Nondualism = some kind of continuum - you are able to communicate with something bigger than yourself (Bororo, Iching, Gahuku Gama, Bateson)...
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- Fall '07