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There are a lot of things we call beans. Black beans, green beans, and so. Some can’t tell the difference between 2 kinds of them. Then again, every single bean is unique. It seems obvious that beans are not, say, peas or pears, but why? They are all plant with similar enough forms. In the end, all things are just perception (percepts). The typology-building mania is just a bad habit. What is more interesting than the types — the continuity of perception — are the gaps in our perceived universe: that there are so few things between peas and pears, between beans and pearls.

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