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    1. ancusmitis
      ancusmitis
      Every time I see your icon, I think of that scene on Fringe where Walter is trying to explain perception. "It starts out as a rabbit," he says, "now it's a duck, now it's a RABBIT now it's a DUCK. It always comes back to the DUCK."
      1. DuckRabbit
        DuckRabbit
        Thanks for this. I haven't seen that scene. For me, this image captures the observation that "the unconscious makes relative every formulation of consciousness by complementing it with an opposite and equally valid position"... "Psychological material is so complex that every statement is inadequate"... "The choice then becomes: stop speaking in wisdom or speak out anyway in consciousness of folly." (James Hillman).
        Aug 7, 2015
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      2. ancusmitis
        ancusmitis
        Walter would like that quote. He's a fun character. Also my favorite mad scientist
        Aug 7, 2015
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