The <strong>virtue of analogies</strong>, said Wittgenstein, consists in "changing our way of seeing." But most offer just temporary distraction, not illumination&nbsp;

The virtue of analogies, said Wittgenstein, consists in &quot;changing our way of seeing.&quot; But most offer just temporary distraction, not
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The virtue of analogies, said Wittgenstein, consists in "changing our way of seeing." But most offer just temporary distraction, not illumination 

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