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 <​blockquote>​Could anyone think... that they have always marched forward, one step after another, without having any clear idea of the goal they were trying to reach? It was necessary for them to guess at the proper route to get them there, and to do so they needed a guide. This guide is primarily analogy.<​cite>​Poincare</​cite></​blockquote>​ <​blockquote>​Could anyone think... that they have always marched forward, one step after another, without having any clear idea of the goal they were trying to reach? It was necessary for them to guess at the proper route to get them there, and to do so they needed a guide. This guide is primarily analogy.<​cite>​Poincare</​cite></​blockquote>​
  
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-  * [[http://​www.dan.sperber.fr/​wp-content/​uploads/​guru-effect.pdf|The Guru Effect]] by Dan Sperber: "​Obscurity of expression is considered a flaw. Not so, however, in the speech or writing of intellectual gurus. All too often, what readers do is judge profound what they have failed to grasp."​ 
  
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