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Learning to think for a changing world 2

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The following is part of a series of presentations given to students of economics at 中南林业科技大学班戈学院/Bangor College CSUFT in Changsha, Hunan Province in China. The title/subject of the course had been “Learning Skills” - the recommended book about rather stupidifying things, assuming students are naive - and moreover reducing academic work on the approach: “Give me an answer. We will then look for the question.” I tried in these lectures to raise awareness of the importance of questions, working towards an preliminary understanding of methodology. The lectures used in particular arts and history (and a bit of arts history) as means to delve into different aspects of the relevant topics. - Although there are a few references immediately to my Economics course, the presentation is relevant (and can be understood) beyond this. A video of the presentation will be available at https://www.youtube.com/user/esosceu/videos
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