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“If the intellect were meant for pure theorizing, it would take its place within movement, for movement is reality itself, and immobility is always only apparent or relative… It always starts from immobility, as if this were the ultimate reality: when it tries to form an idea of movement, it does so by constructing movement out of immobilities put together. Of immobility alone does the intellect form a clear idea.”      —     Creative Evolution, Henri Bergson



Entangled Symmetries of Past and Present — Horse in Motion