Imagination is Fast, Knowledge Slow

In speaking about developing knowledge of geography, the noted historian Daniel Boorstin in his book “The Discovers” (page 134) said:

“Imagination drew in bold strokes, instantly serving hopes and fears, while knowledge advanced by slow increments and contradictory witnesses.”

With this, I have made my first post directly on the Kip on Character blog, not converted from some other source.

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