“Anonymous Review” says it all

Our language bespeaks our unconscious belief that blindness is automatically agnostic, unknowing. Whether we speak of a blind trust or of trusting blindly, the symbolic foundation is the same. Our language depends on the common understanding that not seeing equals not knowing.

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