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Consider also this quotation from Karl Marx : "A house may be large or small; as long as the neighboring houses are likewise small, it satisfies all social requirement for a residence. But let there arise next to the little house a palace, and the little house shrinks to a hut. The little house now makes it clear that its inmate has no social position at all to maintain, or but a very insignificant one; and however high it may shoot up in the course of civilization, if the neighboring palace rises in equal or even in greater measure, the occupant of the relatively little house will always find himself more uncomfortable, more dissatisfied, more cramped within his four walls." 
Nonetheless, Suedfeld is hopeful for the future of his life’s work. “There is a resurgence of the research since the 2000s,” he told me, “(mostly) replications and extensions of work done in the 1980s-90s.”