Being inquisitive is essential to drill down to the heart of matters, not only in law, but life in general.
We live in a society that trains us to always get the answer. It starts in elementary school on up through college and work experience. Answers are always in demand.
Fine. What’s the problem?
The problem is rarely do we ask the right questions because we are too focused on getting answers. The proper way to challenge your mind to provide solutions is to ask the right questions.
Question: What did Einstein, DaVinci and Socrates have in common?
Answer: Inquisitiveness was a chief component in their very nature. They continually asked questions to drill down the focus to a depth of opacity; straight to the point with clarity.
If the great thinkers used questions as a refinement method to their thought then maybe there is something to this.
Are you asking the right questions?
The inquisitive nature of self-questioning reveals pathways of thought and mental constructs to explore, opening the door to clearer thinking.
And all this just from asking the right questions.