I searched the Internet looking for a way to reverse indoctrination. And all I found were things that tried to indoctrinate me.
Socrates asked us to question and left the questions there, open and deep, inviting. Plato thought he could fill in all the holes properly.
Socrates thought we shouldn't write knowledge down. Some people think it is related to memorization. I don't think it is so simple. It is more about living knowledge.
Is this indoctrination? Should I try again?
Is it possible to find a way to reverse indoctrination on the internet? Is there something in the internet that lends itself towards indoctrination?
Why did Socrates operate in questions? Why did questions function better or more truthfully than statements?
To what extent does knowledge live on a page versus in our mind? What happens to written words that are intertwined with the thoughts, experience, and body of an individual? How does that knowledge then replicate itself and move into the world? How much is an individual involved in the process?
Can better questions make cleaner healthier minds? Is there something fundamentally different in a mind that walks forward with questions instead of answers?