How shall we determine which questions to ask? This article is biased and leans towards the famous intellectual giants of our past. If you could speak to just one person, who would you choose? I mean, who would you speak to? Socrates? Khayyam? How about Kant? Maybe it would be a military leader like Caesar or King like Hammurabi?
I advocate for objective, systemized thinking and this process is not different. This may be intuitive but I feel that the person that surfaces in my consiousness
This article steps you through the process.
Step 1: We took the 8-Star post and the 15-Star post from the Figures of Speech section and came up with the following authors (ordered chronologically)...
Why the 8-Star post and the 15-Star post?
The reason for this selection is that I just wanted to compare data sets and because each of them has only one post and so it made the following exercise a little more simple. Simple that is despite the complexity of the process.