Information Intake Vs. Information Embodiment

What will you do with what you learn?

Tyler Kleeberger
Mar 22, 2019 · 9 min read
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Part One: Information Intake vs. Information Embodiment

I would also argue, then, that if the intake of information ends with the intake of information, then it is incomplete.

That Intake must lead to embodiment.

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Part Two: A Funeral’s Guide to the Second Type of Learning

Intake leads to embodiment.

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Part Three: The Second Type of Learning

In the words of most ancient philosophers and traditions, this would be called wisdom.

Our learning needs to be in conjunction with the question:

“What will I now do with what I have learned?”

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I’m working on discovering how to “Become More Human”

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Pursuing what it means to be human so as to build the best world possible. Practical ethics through in-depth exploration. Becoming Human: tylerkleeberger.com.

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Pursuing what it means to be human so as to build the best world possible. Practical ethics through in-depth exploration. Becoming Human: tylerkleeberger.com.

Age of Awareness

Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the ways we learn

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