Carl Leduc Posted May 15, 2020 Report Share Posted May 15, 2020 Hi everyone, I discovered Objectivism over a decade ago but I only started studying it seriously in the past few months. The reason I’m writing here is because I’m struggling with my study practice. I’m realizing that I have no idea on how to study efficiently (despite being a university graduate🤫). Currently, my strategy (or lack of it) is to read and reread and reread again the different material available but I feel like this isn’t working and I’m frustrated. I’m perfectly aware of the fact that understanding Objectivism completely will take me years, and I’m comfortable with that fact, but I don’t know how to proceed and I feel my current strategy isn’t paying off. I was thinking of making flashcards to memorize definitions and concepts but wouldn’t that just be a memorisation exercise which won’t help me understand? Would a flashcard system be helpful? I guess what I’m asking for is for tips or strategies on how to grasp new concepts and integrate them in an efficient manner. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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