Issue Date: May 28, 2012
Up From Chaos
Consider this definition of the word “genius”: Someone who extracts clarity from chaos and effectively communicates a meaningful vision to the public at large. Were we to accept this definition, it would serve us well to study the second step in the process. Communication may be what separates the true genius from the mere high scorer on standardized tests.
This idea of genius has some currency in the realm of medicine, where the scientific enterprise . . .
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