No it is not possible because many one have common sense and i can teach only the way how can a man be behave with others....
I don't think someone can be taught to have common sense - they either have it or they don't. However, I do think those that do not have it can learn from their mistakes or can gain insight from others about the lack of common sense they exhibit. To what degree they can or are willing to do this would depend on the person. Some people don't have any common sense and are stubborn too. I doubt they will ever learn any "rules of common sense".
That sort of assumes there is ONE common sense to teach, buds.
Ain't you ever heard Einstein's quote that "Common sense is the least common of the senses"? I don't quote him because the dude was a genius... I quote him because he was right.
Seriously: WHOSE common sense are you wanting to teach? Yours? I'm sure you'll realize that's your version of sense. If you're a Republican ... or a Democrat... or a Fundamentalist.... or a Radical ... your common sense will be different from the rest of those, yeah?
So best you can hope for is that your common sense definition isn't totally banged against a wall. Teach it to someone? Forget it!
I don't know how you are defining "common sense." But if you mean learning the rules of logic, and how to use empirical evidence, then yes that most definitely can be taught.
If you mean life lessons from experience, sometimes, myself included, people will not understand exactly what is being taught until they go through the situation themselves. When I was younger, I believed I understood what love was. Now that I am slightly older, I realized I don't have a clue.
by Penny Godfirnon 3 years ago
Is there any way to teach people common sense and logic or is this just inborn?
by TheSituation 8 years ago
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by paarsurrey 7 years ago
Do you agree? Please provide the reasons.
by Deb Welch 6 years ago
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by JMMBS 6 years ago
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by Cagsil 8 years ago
Hello everyone,I was just in another forum and I've got to tell you this.I have noticed that many people are under the assumption? that their belief system cannot be changed.I find this to be interesting and wanted to explore other people's ideas about that.Do realize- to form a belief, you must...
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