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『The Einstein Factor』(1996)
/ Win Wenger & Richard Poe
Farady himself was shocked to find that this device
actually generated electricity.
"This discovery was an audacious mental creation,"
Einstein later remarked, "which we owe chiefly to the
fact that Faraday never went to school, and therefore
preserved the rare gift of thinking freely."
(p.71, chapter4:Amplify Your Feedback)
If you persist in your Image Streaming,
it will burst upon you in the sort of sudden,
all-encompassing insight that Abraham Maslow
called an "Aha!" moment.
(p.85, chapter4:Amplify Your Feedback)
Reading a book can take days, a long article
more than an hour. Such time-consuming tasks
should be managed as carefully as any other
important job you do.Ask yourself before starting.
* What do I expect to gain from reading this material?
* What level of detail do I want?
* How much time am I willing to commit right now
to achieving my purpose?
(p.191-192, chapter9 Total Recall)
The word "educate" comes from Latin "educare",
to draw out." The ancients believed that wisdom
came from within. In Classical Athens, great teachers
like Socrates drew out their students' subtle perceptions
through Socratic questioning.
Modern educators see the student as a blank slate,
or "tabula rasa," waiting to be filled with facts
"Education is that which remains after one has
forgotten everything he learned in school."
(p.201-203, chapter10 The Socratic Effect)
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