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Burt concluded that the simplicity of this process left it “open to human artifice,” and in a 2003 paper he described how it could be turned into an extinction device. One can execute designs in glass, for example, which could never be brought forth from brass. The Freudian picture identifies infants with that fantasizing, irrational unconscious, and even on the classic Piagetian view young children are profoundly illogical. Well, if we were anything like Philo Farnsworth, we’d just make one ourselves.

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