« Kenyon rightly points to a fear of, or inability to exercise judgement as a root cause. Antonyms of judgement include ignorance, inability, ineptness, stupidity, misunderstanding, unsoundness, inanity, indecision, and misjudgement. »
Related: (gplus.wallez.name/R9q3ZDBnY5t) "being Zen but having an opinion?" as well as (gplus.wallez.name/cU1H1wGq9j3) "Ignorant silence is not wise silence." Aversion towards discerning is not the same as freedom from views. Discernment is the root-cause of ignorance; it also is the root-cause of wisdom! How one relates to (the process and to the result of) discernment is key.
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The man who studies the spread of ignorance