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Why do most people stop thinking at 30?

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In a podcast, Peikoff said that most people stop thinking at 30. Why is this?

Has this been your observation too? In other words, if you take a bunch of 20-somethings, will you find a higher fraction of thoughtful ones compared to a bunch of 30-somethings? Edited by softwareNerd

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IMO, what changes greatly with age is the volatility of people's opinions, not the depth of thought which formed them.

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