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Analogies and suspicions like these were needed to formulate new questions and stimulate new experiments.

Analogies that in all these years, these centuries, have so remarkably not been noticed?

The OutcryHenry James

"Analogies that for us are only fancies were for the man of past ages real" (Tylor).

Analogies from trance phenomena and even from experimental thought-transference might be drawn here, in favour of such a theory.

The tortoise and the egg, are both National emblems, and the Nation claiming them will be proved in the Analogies.

Analogies may be adduced from the material world; but the mysteries of organized vitality remain impenetrable.

Analogies to prove that knowledge of knowledge is impossible.

Analogies like these, however, do not properly constitute types.

Analogies are used in aid of Conviction: Metaphors, as means of Illustration.

Aids to ReflectionSamuel Taylor Coleridge

Analogies are dangerous, but there is a sense in which war is a chess game (as chess is a war game).

Proclaim Liberty!Gilbert Seldes

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