Monday, June 10, 2019

Ninety-eight days in the project #CriticalThinking in 365 concepts

I hope y'all saw what we've done here together. 


Knowledge seeking is only good—read successful as it leads to discovery—if it gets applied. 

Put on other words, as they say, _the best practice is a good theory_. If we discovered one. And if we use it. For good. 

The last few concepts intentionally set us up for applying what we've seen before. I didn't ask the final questions and obviously I haven't given any answers either. That is obviously up to you. Hint. Part of the answers may come from a pretty well known case in American business jurisprudence. 

I was having a conversation the other day with a fresh graduate of a really good graduate school of business—at University of Michigan. To my surprise and disappointment he had never read Dodge v Ford Motor Company, 204 Mich. 459, 170 N.W. 668. Here:

To my enchantment he was speaking and planning his future impact of the world as if he was quoting Ford's own defense in that same case—the part on which Ford lost back then. 

Maybe we learned to change things since. Did we? 

That's homework at the end of this week, fourteen, and at the end of our education system analysis case study. I'd be willing to comment on any submissions to me in answer to the above question and to any self-designed questions you may come up with as a result of applying our techniques from weeks 1-12 to the case at hand of weeks 13 and 14. Answers are always free for the asking. 

The week in review:

92. Hybrid actor—Hybrid Learner Teacher (HLT)

93. Hybrid actor—Hybrid Asset Proprietor (HAP)

94. Expertise-Burden

95. Break

96. Serendipity 

96 bis. Bonus on serendipity and constructal law finder, or founder

97. Hybrid actor—Hybrid Knowledge Adopter-Seeker (HKA-S)

98. Lifelong embrace

Note the subtle differences between 92. and 97. It's a matter of role and dynamics too. They go hand in hand, of course, but they are clearly distinct. 

Shall we self congratulate for having addressed in a thorough way the issues of education in the world? Of course. Steady does it. 100 concepts (with the two bonuses.) Here. Founder of America's public education would be proud!

On to next issue area next week. Stay tuned. 

Adrian S. Petrescu, Ph.D., J.D.

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