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1 Quercus: Actually, if there is any madness-inducing effect of a double hyperspace skew, it shouldn't affect me.
2 Quercus: My cognition centres are made of wood. Very rigid patterns of thought.
3 Quercus: My mind can bend like the willow before the tempest, yet not break.
4 Iki Piki: That's the exact opposite of rigid.
4 Quercus: See, that's how rigid. My analogies are awful.
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Making analogies is usually seen as a sign of flexibility and creativity in thought processes. This is the thesis behind Douglas Hofstadter's epic book on intelligence, artificial intelligence, and the relationships between them: Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies. Recommended.
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