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I think therefore I am
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The phrase "I think therefore I am" is the English translation of the famous words of the philosopher Descartes. The original Latin phrase is "Cogito ergo sum". The simplified explanation of the phrase is: "If a person is able to think, then he exists. If he doubts his own existence, then he is actually thinking - and therefore, it means he exists. Thus, doubting one's existence does not makes sense."

The photos here are of the sculpture of the distorted version of the original "I think therefore I am" statue. The sculptor wants to convey the message of the negative effects of climate change. At the base of this sculpture are the words: Agony by human beings faced with the climate change.

The sculpture is located in the G-Tower of the Songdo International Free Economic Zone in South Korea.
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