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The Socratic Perplexity of a Leader: The Case of Mort Meyerson

  • Steven Segal


The idea of education as a process of emerging out of caves or boxes has two dimensions. In the last chapter we discussed the first dimension, namely, the emergence of our own intuition out of the willingness to commit ourselves to a task or goal. We saw this in the case of Steve Waugh and Al Dunlap. The second dimension refers to the relationship that we have to the intuitions that have emerged. Do we trust them just because they are our intuitions? Or do we need to have a critical relationship to them? Can our gut not be wrong?


Intuitive Judgment Existential Philosophy Critical Relationship Democratic Leader Philosophical Process 
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