Distorted Western Adversarial Thinking

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Distorted Western Adversarial Thinking
Gary Wong, Consultant, Canada, SIG Leader
A colleague recently shared a story that Edward De Bono told him at a lunch meeting. Apparently Edward was approached by a lawyer who asked: "How can I use Six Thinking Hats to argue and win my case in court?"
Edward's reply was: "You can't. Six Thinking Hats is for exploration and discovery".

While his response may be considered curt and terse, it reflects Edward's beliefs on how badly Western thinking has been distorted.
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