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“The twentieth-century linguistic revolution,” says Boston University anthropologist Misia Landau, “is the

“The twentieth-century linguistic revolution,” says Boston University anthropologist Misia Landau, “is the recognition that language is not merely a device for communicating ideas about the world, but rather a tool for bringing the world into existence in the first place. Reality is not simply ‘experienced’ or ‘reflected’ in language, but instead is actually produced by language.
-Terence McKenna, Food of the Gods

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