And they wouldn't view the cubicle as something geometric
We only know it's a cubicle because we live outside it
It’s almost ironic what Eyedea is saying here, because he’s making a distinction between two different groups of people; the one’s inside the cubicle who don’t understand it as a cubicle, and the one’s who are outside of the cubicle and see it as such; assuming that the reference to the words “they” and “we” is to human beings, then the “we” group are still living inside of a cubicle of their own while they only think they’re the ones outside of it. This may not be the case that Eyedea is making, however, as the “we” may be an omnipotent, omniscient observer (i.e. a God of sorts) that he is writing from the perspective of.
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