That’s what’s nice about metaphors/analogies: They’re not perfectly equivalent, so the source material is quite rich.

In the maths, he could be a genius or a crackpot genius.
But I would read it for the same reason as aaa f I was so inclined: I’d use it as a source for possible analogies, for even of the math turns out to be fs ‘s conclusion that he is making it up as he goes along (which unfortunately is the direction I’m tending to think as well), nevertheless, it can be a rich source for metaphor and analogy in other fields.

That’s what’s nice about metaphors/analogies: They’re not perfectly equivalent, so the source material is quite rich.

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