Perhaps the most important single prerequisite for good solutions to design problems is insight (see Section 1.4). From numerous instances  it may be inferred that insight frequently develops by large steps—it ‘dawns’ or ‘comes in a flash’—but the steps are separated by laborious stretches of mental spadework.
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