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And another way to look at it: "complicate" is usually pejorative. "Complexify" is neutral, or it can be positive. When McKenna used it, he was referring to the tendency of evolution to elaborate new species, new adaptations, just more novelty, both biological and cultural. There's also a nice rhetorical parallel in the original post: simplify vs. complexify, but that's an aesthetic issue.