Here is the proposition:

We have lost the tools, the techniques and the challenge of learning from experience. We have become seduced by the power of learning from experts.

From the age of 5 to (say) 20, we are buried in the industry of education—which is a synonym for learning from experts and so it is hardly a surprise that these tools for learning from experience have been lost.

The issue is not about Learning from Experience OR Learning from Expertise. It is about learning how to use both approaches in life.

Here is the current structure for this work:
  1. The distinction between 'experience' and 'learning'.
  1. The model of reality
  2. The experience model
  3. The expertise model
Subpages (1): Distinction