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Groupthink

Groupthink

It would be mistaken to think accumulating knowledge always lead to independent thought. We are all aware of groupthink and conformity.

But, conformity and groupthink are solved by more learning. The more you come in contact with ideas, the easier it is to notice faulty reasoning.

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Spending a large amount of time with someone literally causes you to pick up their habits. Choose your friends wisely.

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