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  1. This requires not only a certain level of knowledge and experience, but also critical thinking, logic, and a basic knowledge of the main philosophical trends that form the ability to read between the lines, parse funny puns, sarcasm, irony, and other literary tropes. In addition, I advise you to read the main works of the pillars of psychology-Freud and Jung, and if you are a beginner, then you should start with the post-Freudian Erich Fromm, who forms the right curiosity for studying this discipline. Thus, the ability to analyze and find the main thoughts of a product in general is not such a difficult task – it will simply require time and effort from you, which can only be achieved with a good interest and desire to improve yourself.

  2. A well-rounded education will help here. If you watched Mr. Freeman, you wouldn't go into the details of the material. You just heard the idea,but if you are not indifferent to the little things and noticed the 25th shots, you would learn a lot for yourself. Knowledge of history, reading, and much more helps here. Generalized:to understand a lot, you need to know a lot

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