That changed after , when moveable type was perfected in Germany. This innovation—already employed with limited success in Asia in the the 12th and 13th centuries—relied on prior inventions like ink and paper to culminate in a printing press. It was more convenient than manuscripts and copyists and could be lucrative.
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Publishing became a business, and a booming one at that. Social forces contributed. The demand was there. This led to the literary revolution that gave birth to the Age of Enlightenment, a flourishing of philosophical and scientific thought across the continent. By the 16th century, the groundwork was laid for the natural sciences—human knowledge—to replace the divine as our predominant source of authority, according to the Stanford Dictionary of Philosophy.
A slew of previously unrealized connections may then follow so that the flow of thought is more evolved. The more ideas we encounter and are interested in, the more likely we are to be enlightened thinkers. This is borne out by the research of Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck , whose work on growth mindsets has revolutionized psychology. Someone with a growth mindset solves the problem of restricted flow and has a better chance of innovating. They push the tree out of the way somehow, with thought and application.
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