Oroville Mercury-Register

Going beneath surface of typical thinking


One of the most difficult conceptual leaps to take, and certainly the most important, is to take what we experience every day and conduct a rigorous interrogat­ion of it. To do this, we need to critically examine every category, every premise, every assumption that underwrite­s what we think we know; then identify the contradict­ions we find; and begin the intellectu­al detective work to resolve the contradict­ions by going below the surface of our dominant way of knowing.

— Marcia Eckman, Newcastle

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