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Richard Feynman: Knowing the Name of Something
Knowing the name of something doesn’t mean you understand it.

Test it this way: you say, “Without using the new word which you have just learned, try to rephrase what you have just learned in your own language.” Without using the word “energy,” tell me what you know now about the dog’s motion.” You cannot. So you learned nothing about science.
january 2015 by sh

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