Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
It stands for “jumping out of the system.”It can be applied to science, philosophy, and arts.
Being creative is not about searching for something new, but about making the novelty jump out of some system, a system that has become somewhat established, for good reasons.
published ideas from this article:
MORE IDEAS FROM THE SAME ARTICLE
It describes the process in which inconvenient facts are whisked under the rug by intellectually dishonest champions of one theory or another.
Mistakes are opportunities for learning and for creating something truly new.
And the trick for making good mistakes is not trying to hide them. Be honest with yourself and really know your own mistakes, so that you learn from them and that you'll never repeat them.
Often the world “surely” is as good as a blinking light in locating a weak point in the argument.
Because it marks the very edge of what the author is actually sure about and hopes readers will also be sure about
The main idea: Don't fabricate a complicated theory when you have a simpler one that handles a phenomenon just as well.
It's a mode of argumentation or a form of argument in which a proposition is disproven by following its implications logically to an absurd conclusion.
Take an assertion and see if you can inquire about any contradictions out of it. If you can, that proposition has to be discarded.
MORE LIKE THIS
It is a set of three lists used to classify educational learning objectives into levels of complexity and specificity. They concentrate specifically on learning objectives in the cognitive domain (knowledge-based), affective (emotion-based) and psychomotor domains (action...
published 6 ideas
Employers need critical thinkers, but they cannot find them.
Focussing on knowledge only in college does not seem to help. Neither does it help to only focus on intellectual and cognitive skills.
Critical thinking is learning how to use knowledge.
❤️ Brainstash Inc.