noun: a person of great and varied learning
Also: Universal Genius, Renaissance Man

Autodidact: A self-taught person. [From Greek autodidaktos, self- taught : auto-, auto- + didaktos, taught.
Polymath: A polymath (Greek polymathēs, “having learned much”) is a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas.
Autodidact’s have employed (whether implicitly or explicitly) a systematic process of learning when embarking upon the journey of educating ones-self in the area of an unknown subject. Our desired result as an Autodidact Polymath is to be empowered with tools & techniques that facilitate the ability to freely learn any subject for oneself, without relying on the appeal to false authority.
The repeated application of the process of learning new subjects with a minimum of effort, leads to acquiring a diverse knowledge base and useable skills across multiple mediums and diverse subjects. In the natural and systematic process of learning, known as the Trivium and Quadrivium.
We experience the self-assurance and self-confidence offered in life by, adding the working knowledge, understanding and wisdom of a new subject, to a growing body of organized and integrated life knowledge, in the field of understanding the self and reality.
The Goal: To provide the foundational tools that aid on the journey of becoming a renaissance man.
Renaissance Men and Women:
(Using the Heart)
Care enough to recognize the problem.
(Using the Mind)
Understand the causal factors of the problem.
(Using your Guts)
Take the required action necessary to rectify the causal factors.

Noted Polymaths
Leonardo da Vinci
Robert Hooke
Thomas Young
Athanasius Kircher
Walter Russell

See Also

Christ Consciousness
Cosmic Consciousness
Natural Philosophy
Part 24 - Awakening Your Genius
Leonardo da Vinci

Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Monday May 8, 2023 09:18:44 MDT by Dale Pond.