Huginn: It is natural to think, and to think in many ways.

Muninn: It is natural to pretend, it would seem, that one thinks in many ways, when one is merely thinking.

H: We do not stoop to insults here.

M: None intended. But look upon mankind, who for peace of mind divide their thinking into 'disciplines' such that they might preserve the unholy fiction — that styles of approach and vantages of perception make each thought a different kind.

H: I see it is true. But I stand by my words: there are indeed many ways.

M: Ah, you know that and I remember it. But mankind does not seek ways; rather, they seek the ending of ways, as they search for the ultimate, the absolute, the answer to end all answers.

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