Today my colleague said this: people have a lot of information, but don’t know reality.
We were talking about going to a social security center, with a problem, asking for help. Someone told us about a nasty experience.
So tough we have information about things that are wrong, we don’t really know reality.
Said I: imagine going to that same center through the eyes, the body, the position of an immigrant.
Though this proposition could be in many ways dissecated, I will put only this forward: embodied information is quite different from just information.
And there’s a lot of un-embodied information.

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