It seems that every sight, sound and idea we experience is processed through a conceptual framework in our mind.
As you read this, the shape, colors, and contrasting black squiggles on white are being converted, via frameworks you and I share, into images, words, sentences, and connected ideas in your mind.
Imagine how confusing life would be if we had to categorize, name and evaluate the ideas of the letter S, smartphone, windows, tree, and sunlight afresh every time we encountered them? It is no wonder to me that babies are awake so little when they are first born, free of frameworks; all that uncategorized input to process! Continue reading Conceptual Frameworks and Mental Models: An Introduction