I Was Wrong: Holy Books, Sacred Texts, Theories, Paradigms, and Reading Instruction

The Reading Instruction Show por Dr. Andy Johnson

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Questions: How is it that one interprets the same thing differently across time? How is it that one can read a book, have an experience, or observe phenomena and draw completely different conclusions when the only thing different is the time in which it was read, experienced, or observed?

Is time a variable in comprehension or understanding? Is it a variable in constructing meaning?

A book that seemed so insightful at one point, with the passage of time, can become meaningless. Likewise, books that I once thought meaningless can sometimes become filled with insight, interesting, and important ideas with the passage of time. Same book. Same person. Same brain.

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