Lewis Mumford Quote

What was once called the objective world is a sort of Rorschach ink blot, into which each culture, each system of science and religion, each type of personality, reads a meaning only remotely derived from the shape and color of the blot itself.


The Conduct of Life (1951)

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What was once called the objective world is a sort of Rorschach ink blot, into which each culture, each system of science and religion, each type of...

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What was once called the objective world is a sort of Rorschach ink blot, into which each culture, each system of science and religion, each type of...

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What was once called the objective world is a sort of Rorschach ink blot, into which each culture, each system of science and religion, each type of...

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What was once called the objective world is a sort of Rorschach ink blot, into which each culture, each system of science and religion, each type of...