Knowledge as an Action
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2. Cultivate curiosity to sprout and strengthen your roots.
3. Diligently mine information and build skill sets to grow your tree.
4. Produce and distribute seeds of your own to reiterate what you (think you) know.
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When we face our fear, to discover what it is and where it comes from, we can begin to heal. First, we must be gentle with ourselves as we transition from living with fear into managing it.
Living with fear and being the victim feels like a comfortable place because we’ve lived there for so long.
But in reality, it's not a good place to be. Because anything is better than living with fear, the root of all of our inability to embrace opportunities and happiness.
Once we make it to the next level, where fear and victimhood no longer have power over us, we are in full transition.
This is where personal growth happens because this is where opportunities arise.
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Skills and knowledge transfer far less than we would expect them to. So “broad-based” education is mostly a myth. What we learn is usually specific and often stuck to the contexts where it w...
Skills and knowledge transfer far less than we would expect them to. So “broad-based” education is mostly a myth. What we learn is usually specific and often stuck to the contexts where it was learned.
Many times it’s not obvious that knowledge can solve a problem until after you’ve acquired it. Unlike physical tools, mental ones are effectively invisible until after you’ve already learned them
Rationalism is the philosophical idea where reason is the ultimate source of human knowledge.
It stands in contrast to empiricism, where the senses are enough to justify kn...
René Descartes thought we know objects through reason.
Simple problems may be solved using our senses, but more complicated issues need reason to figure it out. We can easily distinguish between a triangle and a square. But when we consider two polygons, one with a thousand sides and the other with a thousand and one sides, we use reason to tell them apart.
Rationalism characterizes a wide range of philosophical topics.