... we are not condemned to expect from the world what our culture has told us.
The culture we grow up in is not a static entity, neither is our identity fixed once and for all. We get older, might decide to live in foreign cultures, might even acquire knowledge that teaches us that some of the things we were once taught are quite possibly wrong in themselves, not only wrong in a given context.
Hans Durrer: Ways of Perception. On Visual and Intercultural Communication
White Lotus Press, Bangkok, 2006, ISBN 974-4800-92-5
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