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Brain Sees Metaphor and Simile Differently, Hokkaido University Study


5/4/2012 7:16:58 AM

Aristotle concluded in the 4th century BC that "the difference is but slight" between similes and metaphors. After all, the metaphor, "He's a bear in the morning," means the same as the simile, "He's like a bear in the morning."

Read at New Scientist

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