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The Principles Behind Inqwire

The Inqwire Program synthesizes well-established research from the fields of education research, cognitive linguistics, neuroscience, psychology, sociology and information science into a single platform designed to help you make sense.

Principle One

We have reached a new understanding that changes everything.

We are at the very beginning of a scientific revolution in our understanding of how we make sense of things. The old, outdated, scientific understanding told us that we were biased, unable to know our subconscious, and irrational. This has left us helpless and hopeless in the face of life's complexities.

The new scientific understanding has flipped this on its head, revealing how making sense of things is fundamental to us, that we are born with the full capacity to make sense of our lives, and that we are the only ones who can.

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Principle Two

Making sense is the most important life skill.

We are born with a full capacity to make sense because it is fundamental to navigating our lives. But far from rudimentary, science has only recently come to understand that our ability to make sense is actually the highest form of cognition, and essential to our long-term well-being.

Tragically, based on outdated science, most of us have been taught to ignore it. This makes restoring and strengthening this capacity to make sense the most pressing and important life skill.

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Principle Three

There are real barriers to making sense that can be overcome.

Outdated science told us that the barriers to make sense are natural limitations or are part of 'the human condition'. This has led many to believe that life simply isn't supposed to make sense.

However, modern cognitive science has turned this view on its head by revealing how barriers to making sense are imposed on us, creating artificial limitations that can be overcome to restore our natural capacity to make sense.

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Principle Four

Technology can Be designed to amplify our natural ability to make sense.

On its own, making sense of complex things in life and the world can take a long time. But by leveraging well established principles from information science, cognitive science, and learning theory, through technology, we can accelerate the process as well as amplify our ability to make sense.

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