It roams searching for a place to land after imbibing ideas on the way. "How to" is a resurgent 21st century phenomenon. It is more direct, constrains the matrix of "packet" thinking and its existed in some form or shape since the Book of Ecclesiastes and before.
Quidditians want to know why rather than just "how". They're not sullied by the mass, but intrigued by the individual. Their thinking is phenomenological: "to the things they are", one of its architects intoned.
It is about the idea, becoming an author or as Schopenhauer would say, having something to say.
From here further discursive learning should help untangle your state of mind, but this stasis can only be temporary.
There is no tablet of knowledge. Mosses destroyed the principle physically, if not connotatively.
|David discusses ideas with Tinia in Lebanon|
It would attach more emphasis in our discursive world to artistic practice as expression, and logic or rhetoric as the power to rationale an idea. Then it asks what do you believe in and why?
You can't remember again, can you?
Remember what I have been saying because you might have been expecting a "how to" - that's the crux of the problem.