Do metaphors and ambiguous function assignments work through different means? This question stems from my understanding that the power of the ambiguous function assignment comes from allowing the client to assign his/her own meaning to the assignment. Why are metaphors seen as more powerful when they maintain isomorphism to the problem? It seems that this in part assigns meaning to the metaphor for the client. Hopefully my ramblings make sense. Thank you.
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