A Detailed Characterization of the Expert Problem-Solving Process in Science and Engineering
Link to the Paper: klick
This will be the next paper I will process. It is highly relevant for the next material for the Zettelkasten Method. Right now, I am processing the application to physics which is also a nice read.
To me, the key learning for the Zettelkasten Method is the heavy emphasis on decision making. I can't express it precise enough to communicate it nicely. But there is a striking similarity to learning the Zettelkasten Method. Right now, many people try to learn it as if they learn something from a textbook. It feels rather "formulaic". But it is important to get a feel for the implicit decisions you make through your actions. Yes, there are principles and good practices. But they will not serve you well if you are not aware of their rationale.
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