To quote Garfield, “It’s amazing what you can do when you don’t know what you can’t do.” Which is great, until you pass the poseur threshold into know-it-all-dickhead part of the curve.
As for Cognitive Dissonance, I find it funny that the vast amount of information (an overload, some might say) available today should help to introduce doubt and skepticism, and maybe a re-examination of our core beliefs. Instead, that vast information store is used to justify some of those beliefs without any introspection and examination. Wheee!
I think the overload is responsible. Too much information so we look for the soundbites and never go deeper.
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Al Akhawayn University Fall 2017
5-7 OCTOBER 2018
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