Abstracting Metaphor To take a metaphor by saying something like "the body of water that is to surf the web" as well as "I've caught a fish" and "Moby dick has sunk me ship" is to implicate the subtle terms of mathematical nature: let a body of water, an ocean, represent something, and let the connection of an ocean to surfing be proportional in some way to the and let the the connection of catching a fish represent the catching of

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