Tag: reasoning

 

Now I get it.

For quite some time I’ve been looking at the rules of logic in relation to how people reason on various things. Repeatedly I came up with a gap between the rules of logic and the application of reasoning. In retrospect I discover that I unknowingly made an assumption, that ifRead More

Like 50,000 years ago

Some don’t like me studying the ‘humans’. That’s not news. And why? Well the humans do not like to be seen as they really are. A few things have come up in the last few months. The Future The humans believe that the future is a particular time. The realityRead More

The ways of science and scientists.

I’ve been up to no good as usual – exploring the thought processes of the good and great. It’s been a fascinating time, lurking among the most intelligent group in the country. And whaddayuhknow  – they are very much plebs at heart. I have conclusive and hard evidence in myRead More

Dream worlds

It’s one of those posts again. I just realised – even more – that the human being is content to live in a dream world. What’s that – somebody is bound to ask. Ok – so let me distract myself to explain. A dream world is  one where your ownRead More

The humans again!

I continue to despair for the human race. They seem incapable of distinguishing what is fact from what is inference. Yes – of course that is a generalisation. I can’t deal with each human  – some 6 Billion of them! Get real. If Joe says that Jane says – doesRead More

Why I despair for the human race..

I sometimes become despondent about the human race – for a number of reasons. I think to myself, that people of average intelligence surely must be able to read, understand, and apply some logic to what’s going on. Surely that sort of activity is what differentiates us from all otherRead More

Expertise (work in progress)

The following mindmap condenses some of my thoughts on the nature of expertise. It is for sure not complete – and thank you, I need no assistance or references. And because I’m not here to teach you who reads this, don’t be daft and expect me to unpack every partRead More

Email can be a time waster

Within the last 24 hours I received an  email from someone asking for some thing or the other. It caused a waste of my time. How? 1. I had to read it about 4 times in attempting to understand what was being asked. 2. In the end I did notRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“It is a myth that problems perpetuate themselves. It is people, in general, who perpetuate problems. People need to start thinking and activating themselves to solve their problems.” …. Captain Walker

I’m from India – my head hurts

Human nature absolutely fascinates me!! As I have said in various ways before, we’re still ‘animals’ confused by the demands of a modern world requiring cognition. Some will get my drift by observing the following conversation – and others will argue blindly that it was a reasonable mistake to make.Read More

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