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I heard this word mentioned often in the recent conversation between former deputy Prime Minister of Australia John Anderson and Lord Jonathan Sumption (pictured above) – Law in a Time of Crises.
Sumption’s glittering legal mind provides for insightful and challenging perspectives on various topics including lockdown, climate change, Brexit, and so-called ‘hate speech’. He is a a celebrated historian, barrister, and emeritus judge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
* Experience or realised through imaginative or sympathetic participation in the experience of another.
* Or performed or suffered in substitute for another.
A false meaning. A method of reasoning which contradicts logical rules.
F.A.C.T (Acronym for learning effectively)
I don’t know where I heard this, but I won’t forget it -FACT!:
F – Forget – Start with a beginner’s mind and that your learning is limitless
A – Active – Learn through creation, take notes and ask questions.
C – Curiosity – Get into the state of curiosity, excitement and wonder because information combined with emotion becomes a long-term memory.
T – Teach – When you teach something, you get to learn it twice.