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Date: 1901

"The double aspect theory ... professes to overcome the onesidedness of these two theories [materialism and idealism] by regarding both series as only different aspects of the same reality, like the convex and the concave views of a curve (G.H. Lewes); or, according to another favourite metaphor,...

— Baldwin, James Mark (1861-1934)

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Date: 1901

"Repeating Locke's metaphor, Kant blames Hume for declaring certain questions to lie beyond the 'horizon' of human knowledge, without determining where that horizon falls."

— Baldwin, James Mark

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Date: 1916

"Little minds, like weak liquors, are soonest soured."

— Wilstach, Frank J.

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The Mind is a Metaphor is authored by Brad Pasanek, Assistant Professor of English, University of Virginia.