I have privately joked that I am not been mentally contaminated by a higher formal education, though my continual murdering of the English language would beg to differ. When I read Jefferson's quote in this article
"State a moral case to a plowman and a professor. The former will decide it as well, and often better than the latter, because he has not been led astray by artificial rules."
I was hooked and hade to share.
"Toddlers may be ignorant of many things, but they understand basic elements of life quite clearly. And we can see that understanding in the three things we hear every toddler say, over and over:
It’s not fair.I doubt there’s a semi-intelligent adult in the English-speaking world who hasn’t heard those words dozens of times. So, let’s look at the understanding they contain:" Clicky here: Toddlers Know the Truth... Until They're Talked out of It