Publish at 08 décembre 2021 Updated 16 décembre 2021

The undressed orange: spontaneous analogies [Thesis]

Perceive experiences that look different as similar

"Analogy is a fundamental mechanism for interpreting a new situation through past experiences. [The author] aims to give this postulate its full force by emphasizing the ability to perceive as essentially similar experiences that are apparently different. [With] a particular interest attributed to their spontaneous manifestation."

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