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Kathryn SchulzBelieving Is Seeing, though perceptive about photography, is fundamentally concerned with something very different: epistemology. Morris is chiefly interested in the nature of knowledge, in figuring out where the truth—in both senses—lies…It is impossible to read Believing Is Seeing without the word "obsessive" coming to mind. Happily, this thematic narrowness is counterbalanced by a stylistic tendency in the opposite direction—namely, toward the tangential and panoptic. The combined effect is weird and mesmerizing, like a blizzard falling on a single house.
—The New York Times