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That's a Problem!

Epistemology is a good place to start. My recommendation is to continuously test your educated self with analytic thought in a continuous comparative and forecast model of imagined reality.

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That's a Problem!

We only think when we are confronted with problems.

- John Dewey (1859-1952)

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That's a Problem!

Epistemology is a good place to start. My recommendation is to continuously test your educated self with analytic thought in a continuous comparative and forecast model of imagined reality. This moment-to-moment metaphysics of sorts combines your analytic skills against the data banks of your interpreted knowledge. For me, the week link is the cognitive fall off of recalled knowledge. The upside lies in our ability to differentiate. What I know today, I will not know in the same way that I will know it tomorrow, the theft of sorts that our minds parse is staggering so focus on your learning as the only forme of consumption that matters. This is my strongest metaphysical claim, more of a plea towards the virtues of the educated mind and the philosophical literate.


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