I will summarize their teaching as cases of using analogies
to increase students' creativity.
The idea of a blueprint formed by scientific nomenclature might be matched to analogies
in both kinds of representation and, in didactic poetry, analogies
can also provide the "objective correlative" of the colors and smells and emotional reactions to flowers alongside biological precision.
Avicenna does not address which of these relational analogies
concern existence, but his descriptions and examples reveal that relational analogies
pertaining to "one principle" concern efficient causes, and those concerning "one goal" are about final causes.
On the role of analogies
and metaphors in learning science.
Harrison (1993) described a pedagogical process for using analogies
to facilitate teaching.
Discovery learning, multiple representations, analogies
, and challenge-based learning are methods for helping students move from memorization to become deep learners.
are often very clever: how a cell is like a city, why the universe is like raisin bread, why the earth is like a Scotch egg, and how you are like the Ship of Theseus.
Epstein (1994) proposed in his cognitive-experiential self-theory that the use of narratives in the form of analogies
is yet another way to experientially engage individuals.
Chapter 8, 'The Semantics of Proportionality: Concept Formation and Judgment', focuses on how Analogies
of Proportionality satisfy the secundum quid diversa condition.
political background provided him with ready analogies
In the realm of politics, however, analogies
are imperfect and can lead to a distortion of reality in a frustratingly complicated world.
The literature in the field of analogical reasoning has been concerned with two types of analogies
(Alexander & et al, 1989; Levinson & Carpenter, 1974; Piaget, 2001; Holyoak, Junn, & Billman, 1984; Sternberg & Downing, 1982; Sternberg & Nigro, 1980).