When you have to give yourself a chance.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
This is the eighth in a series of posts reflecting on our willingness to remember and the quality of that knowledge. These posts should be read in order of publication. Starting with number six, for example, would make no sense to the reader. Happy reading!
Yesterday, while browsing the web, I came across some of my old content. Is this a sign of too much content consumption? Perhaps. But I would like to say that I am trying to consume quality content that I like. One of my favorite creators made me realize that it is quite normal in the film industry for directors to vacillate between masterpieces and pieces of rubbish. Few have a perfect score, because that perfect score comes from experimentation, and inevitably includes failures.
Getting back to the subject of this post, I came across a debate about the quality of Aristotle’s conclusions. Obviously, Aristotle was a genius. Was he a scientist? I would say so. Still in the context of his time, until proven otherwise, he exploited human logic and what he needed to have access to. Curious by nature, he observed everything and tried to make connections. A person taking the same approach in our time would be perfectly acceptable in my opinion. Using all of the resources at our disposal to draw conclusions is a thought process. That’s kind of what I’m doing in this series of posts.
To be continued…
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on December 1, 2020 by Coach Danny