The Primate Paradox: An Analytical Thought

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When you look at the passage in the image below, I want you to think of one thing: this is a primate (Robert Anton Wilson) writing about the philosophical limitations of primate logic; in doing so, however, the primate has proven that what is written is, in fact, demonstrating a different limitation of primate logic–that primate logic not limited to the whims of singular causality, but instead limited by selling the primate species short.

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Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

2 thoughts on “The Primate Paradox: An Analytical Thought

  1. That's written in a very intriguing way. Primates do seem to value single causality over quantitative, but is blaming a group any better than blaming a single person? Even if a group is blamed, the individual can still take the brunt on themselves, even if it's not their fault. I think it's honorable to acknowledge you're wrong.

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