Dautzenlein: The Most Basic Element of Common Sense

What is “common sense” and what do Dautzenleins have to do with it?

What is Common Sense?

Definition:

“Sound judgment not based on specialized knowledge”[1]

There it is!   Common Sense is sound judgment not specialized knowledge.

What is “judgment”?

Definition:

2.a. “The mental ability to perceive and distinguish relationships”[2]

So Common Sense could be said to be:  The mental ability, not based on specialized knowledge, to perceive and distinguish relationships.

And what are Dautzenleins?

That’s right, they are “the connections of people, places, things, dates, and events” ie. relationships.

As a Dautzenleiner, one observes what is there, examines and investigates connections (relationships), and connects the dots to distinguish the big picture. Dautzenleins are Common Sense applied to life!

It’s just this simple to learn and use Common Sense… just Dautzenlein things!

The Dautzenlein is the most basic element of Common Sense!


[1] common sense. (n.d.) The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. (2003). Retrieved February 6 2014 from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/common+sense

[2] judgment. (n.d.) The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. (2003). Retrieved February 6 2014 from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/judgment

For more information see the Dautzenlein Theory.

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