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Reality is indivisible but diverse. Boundaries and connections are both nebulous, but both real. They are neither objective nor subjective; neither inherent in the world, nor personal choices. They shift to serve practical functions, but cannot be merely imposed or arbitrary. They are accomplished through meaningful social activity of interpretation


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