This may be the last, or next to last thoughtful Tuesday question for the summer, so I’ll try to make it count.
You may provide literal, metaphorical, whimsical, or philosophical answers to the following question:
What in the name of academic integrity does it mean to think outside the box?
For a bit of history on the phrase, go here. To quote the opening line from the web page:
‘Think outside the box’ originated in the USA in the late 1960s/early 1970s. It has become something of a cliche, especially in the business world, where ‘thinking outside the box’ has become so hackeyed as to be rather meaningless.
I hesitate to use the phrase for the simple reason that it has become a cliche in my book.