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downside of the rational approach

'The rational approach tends to minimise what it does not starts from the idea that everything is explainable and that mystery is in some sense the enemy. This means that it prefers pejorative, and even wrong, answers to admitting its own lack of understanding.'

Jeremy Narby

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