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on synchronisity of art and culture, technology and environment

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After a study of modern painters, the biologist C. H. Waddington
articulated the following argument (Waddington: 1970). “As a species we
transmit information over generations both genetically and through
speech and writing. Speech and writing inevitably result in authority
structures, someone telling someone else what to do.”

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