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The Paradox of Perfection

[This post originally appeared on 21stcentury.co.uk] The paradox of perfection is a philosophical idea that for something to be perfect, it must be imperfect. By making something less perfect in form, it can often be made more perfect in function. Whatever the deeper philosophical implications of this statement, it’s almost a literal truth in the… Continue reading The Paradox of Perfection