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    Default technology without limits

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    Technology without limits is folly. And intuition alone is equally foolish. We must use a combination
    of techniques to achieve true health.

    Does it mean that limitless trust in technology is folly?

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    Default Re: technology without limits

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    Technology without limits is folly. And intuition alone is equally foolish. We must use a combination
    of techniques to achieve true health.

    Does it mean that limitless trust in technology is folly?
    I can't see anything to do with trust in the piece. Why do you think that?
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    Default Re: technology without limits

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    I can't see anything to do with trust in the piece. Why do you think that?
    So maybe "constant development of technology is folly"? And "depending solely on intuition is foolish as well".

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