Daily Archives: September 14, 2015

In the Way of Inquiry • Justification Trap

There is a particular type of “justification trap” that a person can fall into, of trying to prove the scientific method by solely deductive means, that is, of trying to show that the scientific method is a good method by … Continue reading

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In the Way of Inquiry • Initial Unpleasantness

Clouds and thunder: The image of Difficulty at the Beginning. Thus the superior man Brings order out of confusion. — I Ching ䷂ Hexagram 3 Inquiry begins in doubt, a debit of certainty and a drought of information that is … Continue reading

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