A Quote by David S. Slawson on culture, majorities, names, order, people, perception, and society
Names are an important key to what a society values. Anthropologists recognize naming as 'one of the chief methods for imposing order on perception.' What is not named in a culture very likely goes unnoticed by the majority of its people. The converse is also true: people pay greater attention to things that been given names.
Source: Secret Teachings in the Art of Japanese Gardens, 1987
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