I saw the book title When Einstein Walked with Gödel by Jim Holt (didn’t even bother to pick it up and look at it, thought it might be worthwhile later for evidence)
This fits into the recurring idea I see about walking and thinking.
Perhaps the concentration required by walking helps to force diffuse modes of thinking as described in Learning How to Learn.
There’s also the idea of going for a walk to “clear one’s head”
This could also be tied into the idea of flâneuring!
Saw book title When Einstein Walked with Gödel by Jim Holt at Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse
- broader terms (BT): thinking walking
- narrower terms (NT): Albert Einstein Kurt Gödel
- related terms (RT):
- used for (UF) or aliases: