Sunday, June 3, 2012

First Sentence I Can Find New Yorker Caption Contest!

. . . (wherein I caption the New Yorker Caption Contest cartoon with whatever sentence I first see in whatever book is nearest to me) 

Having seen Johannsen's elaborate argument about the control of language and rhetoric and in preparation for seeing the rhetorical work of genes in other contexts, I am tempted to find in Morgan's statement a claim about the importance of rhetorical and figurative work in the service of the production of scientific knowledge.

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