Curiosity and the Theory of Cognition

Curiosity spins the wheel of discovery—and we are responsible for cultivating it.

There are no limits to human curiosity. It is this impatience with incompleteness, with what is only half true, with answers that are unsatisfactory, that drives us on, to ask more questions, to find better, more satisfactory answers. — Lonergan

Candorville by Darrin Bell (2018)

Questions are simply the unfolding, the manifestation of this natural human desire [to know]. And what I want to know is everything about everything.

We have to choose to look deeper and see the true significance of the events that unfold. Only then are we able to be in a position to change our mindset, to elevate our situation.


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