way of thinking


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Conditioned and surrounded by the structures built on and built by a culturally expected way of thinking, we are individually rewarded for following this way of seeing, thinking, talking and writing about, responding to, and doing things.
From our cultural conditioning we are not encouraged to consider that a particular way of thinking is only one of many ways of thinking.
And the Renaissance and Enlightenment cultivated the seeds of a revolutionary way of thinking: a scientific, objective, experimental way of thinking, whose heirs are today's researchers and critics in various fields.
It's an iconoclastic, innovative way of thinking, a dislike of being in a "rut" when the new beckons with the glow of veracity.