Philosopher Isaiah Berlin wrote in 1953 an essay entitled The Hedgehog and The Fox. His theory divides people into two kinds: Hedgehogs who perceive the world through the prism of a single idea and Foxes who consider it from every angle. But, really, is one better than the other? Fox or Hedgehog, we are All Different, All Equal!
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Do you see yourself as a hedgehog?
Are intellectuals more likely to exaggerate than underestimate the world’s complexity?
We can successfully create simple and correct explanations of politics.
I think Politics is more unpredictable than predictable.
More problems are caused by giving up good ideas too soon than by sticking with bad ideas too long.
Having clear rules and order at work is essential for success.
I always listen to different opinions, even if I have already made a decision.
I don’t like questions that can be answered in many ways.
I usually make important decisions quickly and confidently.
When people have an argument, I can see the good and bad points on both sides.
I hate listening to people who can’t make up their mind.
I enjoy being around people who have different opinions from me.
When trying to solve a problem, I often see so many options that it is confusing.
John F Kennedy