General semantics. General semantics is a program begun in the 1920s that seeks to regulate the evaluative operations performed in the human brain. After partial launches under the names "human engineering" and "humanology," Polish-American originator Alfred Korzybski (1879–1950) fully launched the program as "general semantics" in 1933 with the publication of Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics. General semantics should not be confused with generalized semantics (a branch of linguistics).
Misunderstandings traceable to the discipline's name have greatly complicated the program's history and development. The sourcebook for general semantics, Science and Sanity, presents general semantics as both a theoretical and a practical system whose adoption can reliably alter human behavior in the direction of greater sanity. Its author asserted that general semantics training could eventually unify people and nations. The Feynman Technique: The Best Way to Learn Anything - Farnam Street - Pocket.
Photo by Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash There are four simple steps to the Feynman Technique, which I’ll explain below: Choose a ConceptTeach it to a ToddlerIdentify Gaps and Go Back to The Source MaterialReview and Simplify (optional) If you’re not learning you’re standing still.
So what’s the best way to learn new subjects and identify gaps in our existing knowledge? There are two types of knowledge and most of us focus on the wrong one. It’s called the Feynman Technique and it will help you learn anything faster and with greater understanding. “The person who says he knows what he thinks but cannot express it usually does not know what he thinks.” — Mortimer Adler There are four steps to the Feynman Technique.
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What makes it more difficult for us is the believing deeply that it will never end. One of many things that always help us getting through these times is remembering that we have the ability to choose and control our thoughts and everything really starts there, this is based on keeping the right mindset. Let’s look at the list of quality things you need to remember in the darkest moments of your life. These are very powerful tips, I bet it will add more value to your day. #01. You’re not going to avoid change. Image credits: Tobias #02. Remember, happiness is allowing yourself to be perfectly OK with “what is,” rather than wishing for and worrying about “what is not. . ” #03.
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Desde el colegio nos han enseñado cómo se representaría el mundo si se situase en un mapa plano. ¿Os recordáis del típico mapamundi? 25 ilusiones ópticas que confundirán tu mente más que el vestido que cambia de color. Actualizado 03/03/2015 13:59:24 CET DESCONECTA, 02 Mar.
El fenómeno viral en forma de vestido, que conmocionó al mundo a finales de la semana pasada y que lo dividió en dos grandes grupos: las personas que lo veían azul y negro y las que lo veían blanco y dorado, tiene mucho de ilusiones ópticas como pudisteis comprobar en Desconecta. La forma en que cada uno de nosotros percibe la realidad varía en función de la percepción del color que tenga y se complica aún más cuando llegan las ilusiones ópticas. Las cinco escuelas que cambiaron para siempre la historia de la cerveza.