Speaking Freely but Thoughtfully

From this Newyorker profile of Maggie Nelson titled The Many Lives of Maggie Nelson.

Speaking freely but thoughtfully is important to Nelson, in part because as a kid she was teased for being a “Chatty Cathy,” and in part because she finds ideas irrepressible and exciting to explore.

"Speaking freely but thoughtfully" is a good way to describe the idea of free association.

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