‘Dada, I need a psychology’
Dealing with an ingenious answer from a kid who wants to bunk school suggests morally ambiguous ground must be covered
A book that I am re-reading is “Deep Simplicity: Chaos, Complexity and the Emergence of Life" by John Gribbin, a British science writer and astrophysicist. It a pertinent book to go visit each time you begin to imagine the world is an incredibly complex place. The central hypothesis in it is that when all things around that seems chaotic are questioned on the back of first principles, elegant answers emerge that sound simple. The outcomes though may be complex and must be wrestled with.