Accepting Ideas

We are unable to accept ideas that we find distasteful. So a large part of philosophy is not just having an idea, but finding a way for that idea to sit well with you. The insignificance of man is not an appealing concept until we reframe it in the context of a universal system.

Much of education is about framing an idea so it can be received rather than just delivering the idea.

Perhaps a successful idea is one that can be easily taken on board because it is made easily appealing?

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