When I was eleven, my parents took me to the Grand Canyon. I said, “It looks like Disneyland!”
In Twilight of the Idols, Nietzsche writes about the great error of confusing cause and effect.
“There is no more dangerous error than that of mistaking the consequence for the cause: I call it reason’s intrinsic form of corruption. Nonetheless, this error is among the most ancient and most recent habits of mankind.” For Nietzsche, religion and morality are results of this confusion.
One day, perhaps a parent will show a child a book and the child will say, “It looks like a Kindle”?