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Having worked with students in a couple of different arenas I noticed a distinct laziness. Students often wanted the easy way out when thinking about difficult questions (of a philosophical nature) and asked for the 'answer' to he given to them. I would often describe this as intellectual laziness. However curiosity is always a necessary ingredient. If you don't have any curiosity about the question then deep engagement is unlikely to occur in my opinion.
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