ADAM SHAPIRO: What is the future of higher education, do you think, going to look like relatively soon, because we’re almost out of the pandemic? But when you talk about two years of community college for free, I mean, I’m still trying to grapple with why some people are paying…
If you read two articles this week, let it be the following two pieces.
A few sentences have shaken a century of science.
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In our success-hungry contemporary society, we’d all love to believe that there are magic bullets to be found — secrets of success we can apply to guarantee the results we want. And when experience is examined uncritically and carelessly, it may seem to yield such secrets. But all too often, they prove illusory. Fortunately, though guarantees are nowhere to be found, a more scientific approach to experience can provide insights that can make our personal success measurably more likely.
Soyer, Emre; Hogarth, Robin M. “The Myth of Experience”