Cognitive one-dish meals?

L. Efimova pleads guilty of some binary thinking and notices that this seems “more natural for our brains”. I would add that it also helps her to distinguish cognitive styles as clearly as it is rarely found elsewhere. E. g., when she analyzes what she does not like with tree thinking: the “loose ends” (the boring leaves of the tree?), and what she likes with web thinking: the “shortcuts” (the cross references, see #02 below, that make trees sufferable?)

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