What have we learned... and more importantly, what have we unlearned?
We live in an age where the information on our mobile devices surpasses the libraries Aksum and Alexandria. Ubiquitous and immediate, universal access to raw information may soon become guaranteed to most. In the wake of speed and access lies the sacrificial lamb of deep learning, perspective, and exposition. Which begs the question: with such access to unlimited information, what have we learned? And more importantly, what knowledge and wisdom have we unlearned?
"In common law, a writ is a formal written order issued by a body with administrative or judicial jurisdiction; in modern usage, this body is generally a court."
The Writ of Coram Nobis....
Coram nobis is a Latin term meaning the "error before us."
A writ of Coram Nobis is an order by an appeals court to a lower court to consider facts(truths) not on the trial record which might have changed the outcome of the lower court case if known at the time of trial.
But what is the writ of philographers?
The Writ of a Philographer....
A philographer must consistently and unabashedly consider:
What truths have been revealed, and how would those truths have changed my understanding of the trials that I have faced in my life?
About the Philographer
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