The New Heliocentrism of the Human Mind

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From the days of Aristotle to the 1500s, the Sun revolved around the Earth — at least, as far as Europeans knew. “Geocentrism” was the truth; everyone knew that. All you had to do was stand outside and watch, and it was plain as…




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