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For me, the ideal commonality between fools and wise men is educational in nature, a pedagogy of humility surrounded by what you don't know, including yourself. The emphasis is on learning, of which no man is governed, limited or full.

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Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something.

- Plato (Philosopher)

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The Black Swan is Beneath Me - Another planksip® Möbius worth Mentioning

The Black Swan is Beneath Me - Another planksip® Möbius worth Mentioning

For me, the ideal commonality between fools and wise men is educational in nature, a pedagogy of humility surrounded by what you don't know, including yourself. The emphasis is on learning, of which no man is governed, limited or full. Cognitive fall off and mnemonic recollections of previous know knowledge is beneath no one, not necessarily the domain of the a priori, but a Mobius of identity reincarnated, rejuvenated a life-long virtue.


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