Leonardo Da Vinci didn't do everything on his own, making good use of experts and other people who could do the work more efficiently.
He acknowledged that he didn't know everything and utilized the knowledge and experience of other great minds.
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Leonardo Da Vinci had a seemingly endless assemblage of concepts and ideas, all of which were unrelated, and scattered.
The 'Renaissance Man' followed his curiosity and not his specialization.
Leonardo Da Vinci explored a wide range of subjects.
A mind interested in many things unlocks certain creative aspects and forms connections that otherwise would remain dormant.
Is a foundational truth that is "known by nature". It is not an assumption or deduction based on another theory or supposition but it’s also not an absolute truth but rather an observed one, meaning further analysis might prove it imprecise.
After placing the art you are viewing on a timeline, the next step is to build up a sense of time and place that is specific to the artwork and artist.
Daniel Kahneman believes there are two systems for organizing and filtering knowledge:
To move from a System Watson- to a System Holmes-governed thinking takes mindfulness plus motivation.