The title of this "post" once adorned a table in the DFW airport that I manned with colleagues of my erstwhile association with the "LaRouche organization." Now, if an anthropological empiricist from any extant institution of "higher learning" were to perform a statistical analysis of the passersby's reactions to said polemic they might be edified that their assumptions about the bifurcation of left brain/right brain ( one might say yin yang) dualism were overwhelmingly and exhaustively proven correct. For the reactions from those passersby were always either/or. I.e., they apparently understood one word or the other, but never both. For none with the exception of myself and co-thinkers had any inkling of what that sign meant.
Yet, E. A. Poe's fictional character Dupin would at once have given assent to the principle at play. As Poe so ironically put it: