Thinking about Thinking II (Winter 2011)
"The ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function [is] the sign of a first-rate intelligence." - F. Scott Fitzgerald
The second in our 'Thinking about Thinking' series, this issue explores how engaging in self-analysis increasingly determines the quality of our work and our lives. As this issue shows, the extent to which any of us develops as a thinker is directly determined by the amount of time and effort we dedicate to our development, the quality of the intellectual practice we engage in, and the strength of our commitment.
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