This post is based on a submission by reader Jeffrey Klein.
A learning management system is a system for organizing electronic delivery of courses. Some are so complicated you need a special course to learn how to use them.
Imagine you are told you have to use a new internal learning management system to complete your workplace training. Sounds simple enough. Yet, what if the system was so complicated and hard to use that you needed to take a course to learn how to use the system? Moreover, what happens when the course that teaches you how to use the system is managed by the very same system? A logical implosion.
Circular reasoning works because circular reasoning works. What experiences have you had with trying to explain the issues with circular reasoning?
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