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“Analogy is a cognitive process of transferring information from a particular subject (the analogue or source) to another particular subject (the target), and a linguistic expression corresponding to such a process.”
“Could I please get some info on the kick-ass course in Analogy Writing 101″ that you and Mr. Lady have obviously taken?”
“Analogy is the idea that what matters is relationship, connectedness, and context: A is to B, as C is to D. Religion reflects an analog vision of reality, as it celebrates relationship: we are brothers and sisters, children of God.”
“Analogy is simultaneously one of the most powerful modes of thought and one of its most catastrophic failure modes.”
“Analogy is embodiment -- or perhaps more precisely, reembodiment -- as is reading, as is representation, and as, too, in their own peculiar ways, are the writing and the multiplying of books.”
“What are the various senses in which the word Analogy has been used?”
“The word Analogy, as the name of a mode of reasoning, is generally taken for some kind of argument supposed to be of an inductive nature, but not amounting to a complete induction.”
“One of Those Rare Instances in Which the Nazi Analogy is Unavoidable”
“I am absorbed and busied with Bishop Butler's Analogy, which is all things to me at this present; and I am not sure that "The House of the Seven Gables" could tempt me away from it until I get my fill ....”
“In amplitude, vigor, and fertility of thought we must think the author of the "Analogy" holds some slight advantages over the author of "The Eclipse of Faith"; and we seriously doubt if the lovers of”
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