On Feb 9, 2016, at 10:27 PM, Eivind Hagen <hagen....@gmail.com
> I'm greatly enjoying the audio version of this book. I'm interested in mind-mapping the major concepts, and especially the various faulty approaches of the past, so that I can better understand them all and thus recognize when they are being used by others. Have anyone already created such mind maps? I did the obligatory search, but found nothing.
One question is whether it would include *only* ideas from BoI, or also other related ideas from DD? BoI the book doesn't have his complete worldview. For example, it largely omits DD's ideas about children and education, which are a major aspect of epistemology:
I don't think anyone in the community has taken an interest in mind maps so far. Why do you think they are a good approach?
One thing a mind map *isn't* is a discussion.
Lots of us emphasize critical discussion heavily. Without error-correcting back-and-forth exchanges, people will misunderstand tons of what they read in BoI. A mind map has overview/bullet-point type material, which won't clear up misunderstandings of details.