> Shapes in Nature do not HAVE meaning.
Michael Scarpitti wrote:
> Shapes don't have meaning.
Tell that to a hungry newborn baby, or an animal that sees
fire in the distance. Certain reactions to certain shapes
are *engrained* in us, through aeons of conditioning and
natural selection. This is so obvious to me, I can only
see its denial as a coping mechanism, borne of the classic
Western refutal of intangibles. *Nothing* is 100% social
conditioning. Don't be afraid to face that, along with
all of its thorny repercussions.