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><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>tADlQmcxxDF7dKeidzdqDrcg57<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>Expressions <acj></acj>such as "the layers of society," "the ravages of time" and "the <acs></acs>machine of the state" attribute properties to society, time and state that <acm></acm>they do not really posses. Even so this "false" <ach></ach>information clarifies the concepts of <acx></acx>society, time and state. These non-literal associations of concepts that force the reader to see real and true <aco></aco>relationships, are called metaphors. A metaphor gives <acb></acb>us a means of reaching new insights and ideas starting from known concepts or objects that <acx></acx>we can represent easily. <acf></acf>Our "world-view construction" itself contains <acq></acq>a double metaphor. <act></act>Our result will not be a view (as of <aci></aci>a <aca></aca>landscape) and we don't construct (as an architect does). We <acc></acc>could have chosen other metaphors to express our enterprise: "world concept" (emphasising the reasoning <acb></acb>aspect) or "world picture" (emphasising the visual aspect). In any case we shall use metaphors, because language without metaphors seems to be impossib
le. <acy></acy>The project of world-view construction consists in elucidating (metaphor) the <ach></ach>whole of reality <acs></acs>starting from certain parts. The world can be seen as <acc></acc>a machine, an organism, or a consciousness, and the well-known figure of speech "pars pro toto" brings forward (metaphor) <acm></acm>essential properties of it, <acc></acc>without <aco></aco>being identified with <acv></acv>it. It is impossible to construct world views without <acz></acz>using "root metaphors." To see total reality as a cloud <acm></acm>of atoms, as a field of forces, as a stream or as a substance, as a machine or as an organism, <aci></aci>as a clock work or as <acg></acg>a piece of art is using metaphors. A metaphor can also be dangerous because of its inspiring power. <acl></acl>If we know however what the images mean we can use <acj></acj>their heuristic and interpretative power without danger. They can help us grasp certain aspects of <acn></acn>reality that we would otherwise neglect completely. Isolated and simplistic metaphors, certainly when they are taken literally, are dangerous and <ack></ack>are better avoided.