Tag: How to Think about How You Read
Human bodies differ, as do their adaptations for reading. But they’re also similar. So, what’s helped me might spark your imagination too.
Reading is a task for the whole body. And the discipline of “ergonomics” can help you improve how you read.
The body’s influence on reading isn’t an excuse for inattention to ourselves or criticism of others. It’s a basis for learning to read better.
The body shapes interpretation and, therefore, reading as an interpretive act. But that’s no excuse for “Bulverizing” dismissal of others.
Your body can pose challenges to your reading efforts. But addressing those challenges are precisely part of how your body enables reading.
Biblical studies isn’t jurisprudence. But both are thoroughly interpretive. So, you need to watch for where you’re being a “hungry judge.”