2019 in Review

there are few habits that I’d like to cultivate in the new year: FTO, figuring things out: is there enough data that would allow me to draw my conclusion can I device a test to generate information proof of concept can the problem be approached from a different angle what must be true that would lead up to my observation TTT, think things through. An action is taken only if the following criteria is met: I know the worst case scenario. while it is not preferable, but it would not be too much of a blow. if I can’t avoid... [Read More]
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comport, conduct oneself. We know that biological age and psychological age can differ. There are young people who not only look old, but also comport themselves as aged individuals. tensile, relating to tension. a tensile force didactic, intended to teach. No one wants to watch a TV show that is didactic alacrity, readiness. I did not anticipate the alacrity of he’s reversal. imbibe, to drink or absorb as if drinking. Plato imbibed Socrate’s teaching. gout, a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood. The acid can form needle-like... [Read More]
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Levels of Thinking

why for some people, abstract comes easy? I don’t think it has to do with intuition, since for the most part, abstract objects are far beyond what we can perceive. Maybe it has to do with the ability to following the logic presented by that structure and discover the prominant characters. There are people who are capable of carrying out their thinking further than most others do. Is there a way one can train oneself for that development? [Read More]
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