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Re: our spaceship for discovery...

Posted by Fractal on December 9, 2004, at 17:08:36

In reply to Re: our spaceship for discovery... 64bowtie, posted by Gabbix2 on December 5, 2004, at 17:14:30

> > > It requires thinking, and thinking requires curiousity.

This may seem semantical to some... I guess I have this overwhelming need for mathematical accuracy in everything, I see most things as math...I would say Curiousity requires thinking, not vice versa. It's similar to saying a square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not a square.

Perhaps no one really cares which one requires the other... I keep thinking that if somehow we (all people in general) can get our logic straight when it comes to our own thoughts and emotions... we'll be able to deal with problems and prevent them a lot better. But the human brain is so complex, I wouldn't doubt that the logic behind emotion and thoughts become extremely complex as well...




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