Theft-based learning

If someone has knowledge, steal it. Morally, it’s fair, as they lose nothing. They still have it and now you do too. The moral issues come when you waste what you have stolen.

Note: Neither is this academic cheating, but rather the nature of academics itself.

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        1. The moral of the story is to allow your knowledge to be stolen just as you steal it. If someone does not show knowledge for you to steal, become an opportunistic thief and find something to snatch. There is always education to be had, you just need to find the lesson.

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  1. Agreed! I learn lots from browsing and following blogs, occasionally reblogging, often clipping and incorporating into some of my own posts. Learning is changing, not just accumulating information, so spread it around.

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