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“To think better, to think like the best humans, we are probably going to have to learn again to judge a person’s intelligence, not by the ability to recite facts, but by the good order or harmoniousness of his or her surroundings.”

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source: “People, Land, and Community,” in The Art of the Commonplace (Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint, 2002), 192.

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