"In the wood are paths that mostly wind along, each going its peculiar way. Often it seems as though one were identical with another -- until the one we are on ends quite suddenly in an impenetrable thicket. These are called 'false turnings', and yet they are necessary, even productive, for one must walk the paths to know them". -Martin Heidegger, Holzwege

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