A person with a tabula rasa mind is, according to Albert Einstein, unlikely to wonder (and since we all wonder, no one evidently has a tabula rasa mind):
Sometimes we ‘wonder’ quite spontaneously about some experience. This ‘wondering’ seems to occur when an experience comes into conflict with a world of concepts which is already sufficiently fixed in us.
(Quoted from page 29 of Einstein: A Hundred Years of Relativity, by Andrew Robinson. Princeton University Press, 2015.)
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