Agree that puzzles are only really about themselves. Like the way some design is so limited it can only have one outcome. Even though there can be many pieces and an infinite number of “tries” nothing unexpected or unique comes of it.
Not really sure what post modernist thinking is about but with puzzles the end product can be explained by its parts and is determined by the designer. In a way puzzles represent the will of a single mind over the more varietal (and complex) work of collaboration.
Good idea to keep Hoda from learning that things arise only from assemblies where everything has its proper place. Wonder if feminism has something to do with the the end of predetermined outcomes based on an orderliness that suits only some of us?
Think you’ll like this:
Most of us are biased. Let’s move beyond denial, own up to our prejudices against women and retrain our brains to overcome them, says Jennifer Raymond.