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Gould, Stephen Jay. "Self-help for a hedgehog stuck on a molehill." Evolution June 1997 v51 n3 p1020(5). Gould informs about the Darwinian concept of evolution.
Gozzi, Raymond Jr. "Artificial intelligence--Metaphor or oxymoron?" Et Cetera. Summer 1997, v54n2, p. 219-224 (6 pages). Computers are compared to the "thinking" brain of a human. As more limitations of computers becomes known, the metaphor may lose its usefulness as relates to language and semantics.
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Kamens, Edward. Utamakura, allusion, and intertextuality in traditional Japanese poetry. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.
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"Organic and mechanical metaphors in late eighteenth-century American political thought. "Harvard Law Review. June 1997 110 n8 p1832-1849. [anonymous] Metaphors of the body and the machine in late 18th century America were used to describe systems of interrelated parts of political institutions. The author argues that the two metaphors, organic and mechanical, were interrelated and show the balance that occurs in political institutions.
Palmer, Susan. AIDS as an apocalyptic metaphor in North America. Toronto; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 1997.
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Rabkin, Jeremy. The Culture War as Metaphor: The Need for Political Involvement. Current. ISSUE: Number 416, October 1, 1999, p.11. The idea that there is a "culture war," is a misrepresentation of American history. This "culture war," says Rabkin, incorrectly assumes that the best option for religious fundamentalists is to remove themselves from the political scene.
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