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The Foundations Are Math and Logic

The Foundations Are Math and Logic

If you understand them, then you have the basis for understanding the scientific method. Once you understand the scientific method, you can understand how to separate truth from falsehood in other fields and things you’re reading.

It’s better to go through a book really slowly and struggle and stumble and rewind than it is to fly through it quickly.

To lay a foundation for learning, you need two things. Persuasion and programming.

If you’re good with computers, good at basic mathematics, good at writing, good at speaking, and if you like reading, you’re set for life.

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