Member Blogs > Books Tell You WhyJane Goodall, Children's Books, and the Unburdening of Knowledge

  • Wed, 01 Apr 2015 08:00:00    Permalink

    When it comes to knowledge, for better or worse, the trickle-down-effect seems to be the norm. History is littered with examples — from Socrates to Galileo — of those whose ideas weren’t accepted or understood by the masses at the time but later became indispensable to society as a whole. The trend continues. Modern academics and scientists argue and theorize among themselves, and answers to the questions with which they grapple will remain obscure to the general public for years to come. However, with this, as with so many things, Jane Goodall bucks the trend.

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