Or how to succeed in a world that values sameness.
I was hoping for a lot more from this book but it left me curiously disappointed. In a way, it focused on the author’s own concerns about education but doesn’t really provided you with much support for succeeding in a world that values sameness because it focuses primarily on the world of education. How do I, for example, get a kitchen which is designed for my height rather than the height of the average American woman in the 1940s.
He opens with an anecdote relating to the design of cockpits in the American Airforce and then abandons the practical.