Professor Emil Homerin (University of Rochester)

The real work of critical inquiry is to examine what we think we know in order to learn about what we do not know. We must question our givens and opinions. For it is far easier to label than to understand, and intellectual laziness undermines our studies with the deadly inversion of the scientific method: “I’ll believe it when I see it!” becomes “I’ll see … [ Read more ]

Rene Descartes

To train ourselves in sagacity we should exercise our mental powers on those questions which have already been solved by others…