“If a person thinks they have no blind spots, then they have at least one.”
– Mark Slagle
From the archives: Posted on 12th March 1997
“Can anyone think of similar, concrete, approaches to attacking the challenge of blind spots? (Or is this not a problem for others?)”
If a person thinks they have no blind spots, then they have at least one.
- The challenge of identifying blind spots
- Children who prefer to go to school
- Merely desisting from coercion is not enough