There is an important fact behind what is known, there is an exception to a principle and an event has a background.

Masataka Kosaka



In this way, "Everything is conditional," the political scientist says. Therefore, a thought to which a sounding lead cannot be dropped deeply enough is shallow and one-dimensional. Being bothered by the deluge of information,  you only "stand embarrassed in the chaos" or "simplify the situation mistakenly." Only you bury yourself in skepticism  or run into frenzy. From "Think In The World Map".



August 12, 2016

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun