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  1. After reading Andrew Sullivan my thoughts were of William Butler Yeats:

    “Great rooted blossomer
    Are you the leaf, the blossom, or the bole.
    Oh body swayed to music, O’ brightening glance
    How can you know the dancer from the dance”

    Food for thought: The principle of requisite variety implies that three or more equally satisfying options are required for true freedom – one option=no choice, two options=dilemma,forced choice, three or more options=true freedom of choice. Sullivan is absolutely correct, in dualism there is no freedom.

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