Learn to doubt!
Don't expect them to tell you they don't have full knowledge. Listen carefully when you are told about the exceptions.
Don't expect them to tell you that they didn't have 100% certainty or that they had 100% confidence in their partners and in what they
Don't expect them to tell you that they were a little scared or that they had a moment of haste and recklessness.
Don't wait for them to tell you that they have exaggerated to convince you.
Don't expect them to tell you that they were human and that people have mental defects, such as moments of recklessness, bias,
selfishness, expectation, and emotional loads that divert logical thinking. People in modern society need more than ever to be able to
distinguish truth from falsehood and reliable from unreliable information. People do not need to have more knowledge and information, but
to learn to doubt and use simple rules of logic. The questions that arise from our thoughts are usually not evaluated as knowledge, but
they are also valuable for knowledge. When some questions have no answer, even questions that seem funny, then these unanswered
questions reveal inadequacy of our knowledge. Unanswered questions also easily reveal the nonsense of many thoughts that we value as if
they were reliable knowledge. Especially when they reveal contradictions, selective remarks that do not explain the opposite remarks or
refute our conclusions.
Imagination and generalization are inevitable in our language
One of the important moments of rational research for the purpose of research is the discovery that information abstraction and
imagination have already begun by the time we express thoughts in our own language. Even when thoughts are formulated correctly and
phenomena are correctly described, thoughts are abstract, concise and focused concepts. Not included all information about described or
justified phenomena is in the thoughts. We readily notice this lack of knowledge and overlap of imagination when we try to think our own
thoughts and express them more carefully. Things are always more than we estimate, they have more ways of connecting, changes occur that
are not always visible and all are affected in their own narrow environment.
information for no purpose or for what purpose?
Once we have introduced the concept of purpose of research and knowledge into our research, then immediately and perhaps
unnoticed, we remove information and research fields...