Avoiding Logical Errors Iqaluit NU
Avoiding Logical Errors
How Just-in-time Thinking Can Destroy Your LifeAuthor: John Vespasian
Exaggeration and over-generalization are common logical mistakes. This is why, to a good extent, we have grown insensitive to them.
"Pursuing the impossible is the wrong kind of ambition," wrote Emperor Marcus Aurelius in his Meditations in the year 176 C.E. "Unfortunately, such attempt is common to many men."
Just-in-time thinking has proven highly effective in car manufacturing under conditions of growing market demand and stable consumer preferences.
JOHN VESPASIAN writes about rational living. He has resided in New York, Madrid, Paris, and Munich. His stories reflect the values of entrepreneurship, tolerance, and self-reliance. See John Vespasian's blog about rational living at http://johnvespasian.blogspot.com/