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Echolocation of the Soul: A New Perspective on Identity

The process of discovering identity is a bit like the motion of echolocation. Let me explain. In echolocation the place of objects is established through reflected sound. Sound leaves its origin and passes through space until redirected by another object and returned to its origin. Bats expertly use this process to orient their essentially sightless flight. It enables them to move, navigate and hunt for small prey.
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