The Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget was a most prolific renaissance man, publishing in biology, psychology, morality, language and philosophy. His lasting legacy has been his identification and definition of stages in children’s thinking. Each stage is marked by shifts in our understanding of the world, as though our brain clicks into a different qualitative mode of processing information. We cannot learn a specific concept if our mind has not yet developed the capacity to understand it. A theory “so simple only a genius could have … (to read more)

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