|Herr D said this is a recreation of an old clipping|
he saw recently. He's looking for a source, but he
can't seem to find it. Pretty funny--Hairy Deewon.
Most do not.
Really? . . . gosh. How old IS the average human beginning to understand a Wenn diagram, Shelob?
Evidence culled in last seven seconds from developmental-oriented websites suggests, but does not explicitly state, that some children begin understanding Wenn - style logic at age three or four. Frequently taught after reading skills (5-6.)
But Shelob, that's too late for [best translation: critical windows] to happen.
Yes. Reason why cognitive dissonance therapy has inherent ethical difficulties at root of forestalled development. Also why aphorism "the world isn't just black and white" makes sense in common usage.
Oh, yeah, I was wondering about that. Well. We can't restructure the human brain. That's unethical. But we can help with aphorisms. OKAY! Today's question is not how you deal with unfairly polarized issues--it is:
What's your favorite aphorism? I don't have a favorite. I have a least favorite: No chupa, no schtupa. (Yiddish)