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Damn! I Have Used This Analogy Before Reading This

Freud's iceberg analogy is a submersive thought experiment that's burning inside of me on a global stage. I bear witness to the cognitive fall off of previously explored complexity, the understanding for which I must continually rediscover.

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Damn! I Have Used This Analogy Before Reading This

The mind is like an iceberg, it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water.

- Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)

As we wound our way up Le Conte Bay en route to Le Conte Glacier the sun began burning off the fog. Several icebergs, like this one, glowed beautifully depending on their age, the density and translucency of the ice, and other factors.
Endangered Species and Victim of Global Burning - A planksip® Warning

Endangered Species and Victim of Global Burning - A planksip® Warning

Freud's iceberg analogy is a submersive thought experiment that's burning inside of me on a global stage. I bear witness to the cognitive fall off of previously explored complexity, the understanding for which I must continually rediscover. Memorization cuts like a double edge sword, wasting precious creativity on my myelination. Recall is a fictive a priori illusion, a déjà vu when "there" is irrelevant.

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Sigmund Freud

Published 5 months ago