A Philosophical Investigation about Human Cooperation
II Social-political Aspects of Cooperation
But there was a fraction of second when their eyes met,and for as long as it took to happen Winston knew —yes, he knew!—
that O’Brien was thinking the same thing as himself.An unmistakable message had passed. It was as thoughtheir two minds had opened and the thoughts wereflowing from one into the other through their eyes.George Orwell, 1984.
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