How, not what, to think...

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How, not what, to think...

Postby Doug Coulter » Sat Jul 15, 2017 10:20 am

Too big a topic for here, but worthy of mention. So many people only want to know what to think - and so many teachers only want to teach that, because you can be pretty lazy in that mode (and now, just look it up on the web...). While of course, I want to know everything, and work at it fairly hard, it's not the whole of my ambition.

Real genius is in having a knack for how to think. This guy has a better handle on that than most.
Just a little balance for a section that's pretty tilted in the "what" direction.

Yeah, though I'm not much of a fan of most, this guy might make my short list.

And yes, I find actual truth a lot more fascinating than "it's turtles all the way down". It's better than anything you could make up.
Posting as just me, not as the forum owner. Everything I say is "in my opinion" and YMMV -- which should go for everyone without saying.
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