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For my part, I have no problem giving straight answers to clear questions, even if they are simple, newbie questions, because for the most part, all the newbies that come here asking newbie questions seem to rapidly evolve to asking better questions and answering other newbies. Real circle of knowledge stuff.

There are exceptions of course, but in 5 years there are only two that come to mind that are still around after more than a few weeks apparently asking obvious questions. In truth, both are making progress, it's just slower than for others, and Socratic leading wouldn't help.


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In reply to Re: Should a Socratic Dialogue be attempted? by BrowserUk
in thread Should a Socratic Dialogue be attempted? by apl

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