Yet, we have no choice BUT to use the maps we make because it’s the only way we comprehend anything at all.

You might like ^ if you don’t like math. One of his criticisms is when physics professors rely TOO MUCH on mathematics as an analogy for “Real World Systems”, leading their students into believing that there’s significance to calculations with strange results.

Basically, what is is, what ain’t ain’t and we’ll always be limited in how close our maps match the territories we describe. Yet, we have no choice BUT to use the maps we make because it’s the only way we comprehend anything at all.

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