Start by asking “Why?”

Lessons from Socratic Questioning, and how to apply it to your day-to-day

If any point in history is like a kid who doesn’t stop asking their dad questions to the point their dad either gets angry or tells the kid to ask their mom, it’d be the story of Socrates and the people of ancient Athens.

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Undergraduate builder & researcher @UofT in the crossroads of computer science, immunology, and genetic engineering.

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Undergraduate builder & researcher @UofT in the crossroads of computer science, immunology, and genetic engineering.

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