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Oh wow, I feel much better about myself! :-)
I tend to go with the messy view. I think the more we find out about the brain, its pretty messy - using a variety of visual cues, sound cues, webbed contacts, and personal/emotional contexts. But I also think that just as each of us has a learning style, each has a thinking and problem-solving style that works best for them. The problem with order is that the world is neither orderly nor logical!