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The Exploratory Mind – Can we Trust our Mind? by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג - Ourboox.com

Auditory illusion – BAAA or FAAA?

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Our mind is a strange thing.

How many of you are left-handed?

How many of you are left-eyed?

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How high can you hear?

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How many minds do we have? One? More? According to Jill Bolte Taylor, we have four!

 

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The Exploratory Mind – Can we Trust our Mind? by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג - Ourboox.com
The Exploratory Mind – Can we Trust our Mind? by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג - Ourboox.com
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for the teacher:

 

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INDUCTIVE VS. DEDUCTIVE REASONING

The main difference between inductive and deductive reasoning is that inductive reasoning aims at developing a theory while deductive reasoning aims at testing an existing theory.

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Rationalism is the belief in innate ideas, reason, and deduction. Empiricism is the belief in sense perception, induction, and that there are no innate ideas.

 

rationalist critiques of empiricism usually contend that the latter claims that all our ideas originate with sense experience.

 

 

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  • Empiricism is the idea that knowledge is acquired through observation and perception.
  • Rationalism is the idea that using logic and reason is knowledge in and of itself.
  • Pragmatism is a logical and practical way of getting things accomplished.
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