Paradigm Shift II

What is a paradigm? Well, gee, maybe we should have covered this first. This, however, is the academic “shoe”  dropping. The first “shoe” , Paradigm Shift I,  covered the idea as we experience it. All about “the forest and the trees”, or, in other words, the relationship between abstract generalizations and concrete phenomenon, and, secondarily,Continue reading “Paradigm Shift II”

Paradigm Shift I

“It’s all about the forest and the trees.” The first time I heard the expression I was somewhat insulted because I understood that the teacher had just implied that I couldn’t see what was obvious because the obvious facts of the situation somehow blocked me from seeing the obvious relationship… I wasn’t quite that articulate.Continue reading “Paradigm Shift I”