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There is an overwhelming consensus among sociologists and psychologists that curiosity is one of the fundamental traits of the human condition – a natural disposition that exists in all humans regardless of class, race or gender. This is supported by evolutional biology, which has proved time and again that humans are genetically programmed to be curious. Aristotle proclaimed that ‘all men by nature desire knowledge’ and Leonardo concluded that ‘learning never exhausts the mind’. Whether or not parents, schools, social environments and workplaces allow this innate curiosity to manifest and flourish is another matter. Systems that encourage curiosity and provide effective frameworks for exploration tend to produce polymaths.

The imbalance you write of is very real, and we need to work to re-establish an equilibrium that puts human potential at the heart of it.

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Welcoming Waqas Ahmed our Author of the Month for November 2019 568 Graham Hancock 05-Nov-19 09:21
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