In this segment of Time with a Creative Mind, Richard E. Miller interviews James C. Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science and Anthropology at Yale University.
“Chances are, the number of ideas that come from within your discipline everybody knows and they’re stale and they’re not very interesting. It’s only by exploiting that penumbra of things that are about a theme from very different perspectives that you’re going to get a fresh eye, a fresh view of these things.”
– James C. Scott, from Time with a Creative Mind.
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