The Life-Changing Value of Multi-Disciplinary Learning

How looking at the world through a wide lens instead of a narrow one makes us better people.

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FROM NARROW TO WIDE LENS

Let’s say I began my education by reading Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, and books just like it that espouse capitalist and individualist ideologies. I would probably find myself big on her philosophy of objectivism and the underlying principles of reason, hard work, and free will. Ultimately, if you want a better life, go and get it.

FINAL THOUGHTS

So with all of this considered, my worldview is now a lot more nuanced, and a lot less dogmatic.

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