Today's addition to my anti-library is Marshall McLuhan's "Gutenberg Galaxy." Related Posts Ask a New Question Lesson #14: Unlearning Irrational Fears Lesson #10: Change Your Worldview Lesson #6: Get a Reverse Mentor Lesson #3: Unlearning Certainty Lesson #1: Start an Anti-Library The Future Requires Unlearning
Today's addition to my anti-library is "Poor Charlie's Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger."
In honor of today’s lesson and the following unlearning quote by Gloria Steinem: “The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn, but to unlearn;” I will be adding Steinem’s book, “Revolution from Within,” to my anti-library.
The link explaining the “Birthday Paradox” can be found here. And, in honor of John Allen Paulos, from whose book “Innumeracy” I took this example; I am adding “Once Upon a Number” (which I haven’t yet read) to my anti-library.
In honor of today's lesson, I'm adding Abraham Maslow's "Toward a Psychology of Being" to my anti-library. The reason is because Maslow has said that one compoent of becoming self-actualized is the ability to "change one's worldview."
Today's addition to my anti-library is "The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us and What We Can Do About It," by Joshua Cooper Ramo.
Today’s addition to my anti-library is Steven M. Johnson’s “What the World Needs Now: A Resource Book for Daydreamers, Frustrated Inventors, Cranks, Efficiency Experts, Upotians, Gadgeteers and Just About Everybody Else.”
Today's addition to my anti-library is Jonah Lehrer's Proust was a Neuroscientist.
Today's addition to my anti-library is "Flowers by Algernon" by Daniel Keyes.
In honor of David Hume, today's addition to the anti-library is his book, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. Related Posts Unlearning 101: Lesson 1 Unlearning 101: Lesson 2 Unlearning 101: Lesson 3