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Wednesday, May 09, 2007 

Cultural prisms

Interestingly enough, after a lengthy conversation that touched on this tonight, I run into an article on how culture may literally effect how we see things. As per normal, the effect isn't as dramatic as the headline (or my description) makes it sound, and it's basically another case of conditioning (not exactly a new thing), but it's still pretty neat.

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