Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa is a Latin phrase, which, translated into English, means ‘blank slate’. Its most common use is within the philosophical doctrine that individuals aren’t born with mental content pre-programmed and so all knowledge is as a consequence of experience and perception. That position and the associated nature versus nurture debate is still an ongoing […]

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Question Stone

Thinking Versus Knowing

If the furthest distance you’ve ever run before is 10 kilometers, then you can think that you could run a marathon, but you won’t know you can do it until you’ve actually run that distance. Once you have though, it’s no issue to complete a half-marathon. If you’ve only ever done this type of job […]

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Share Ideas

Share Your Ideas

We’d sat across the table from one another talking generally about business and opportunities when my friend told me he had an idea for a new business. ‘Great,’ I said. ‘Why don’t you tell me more?’ ‘I’d rather not,’ my friend said, ‘as I don’t think it’s really right to share it at the moment.’ […]

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