Dr. Sigmund Freud

Why can’t incompatible things be left incompatible? If you make an omelette out of a hen’s egg, a plover’s, and an ostrich’s, you won’t have a grand amalgam or unification of hen and plover and ostrich into something we may call “oviparity.” You’ll have that formless object, an omelette.
—D. H. Lawrence, in Etruscan Places

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