early 15c., from Latin eruditus, past participle of erudire “to educate, teach, instruct, polish,” literally “to bring out of the rough,” from ex- “out” & rudis “unskilled, rough, unlearned”
J.P. Guilford describes divergent thinking as spontaneous, free-flowing, and ‘non-linear’. In this model, many ideas are generated in an emergent cognitive fashion, many possible solutions are explored in a short amount of time, and unexpected connections are drawn. This siteis an attempt to do things with a depth, and breadth of knowledge given of a passion for education and learning. More than simple recollection of facts but using critical thought and a broad familiarity with general topics and often niche specialisms.
in face, to behave eruditely.