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Insight is the understanding of a specific cause and effect within a specific context. The term insight can have several related meanings:
a piece of information
the act or result of understanding the inner nature of things or of seeing intuitively (called noesis in Greek)
the power of acute observation and deduction, discernment, and perception, called intellection or noesis
an understanding of cause and effect based on identification of relationships and behaviors within a model, context, or scenario (see artificial intelligence)An insight that manifests itself suddenly, such as understanding how to solve a difficult problem, is sometimes called by the German word Aha-Erlebnis. The term was coined by the German psychologist and theoretical linguist Karl Bühler. It is also known as an epiphany, eureka moment or (for cross word solvers) the penny dropping moment (PDM). Sudden sickening realisations identifying a problem rather than solving it, so Uh-oh rather than Aha moments are further seen in negative insight. A further example of negative insight is chagrin which is annoyance at the obviousness of a solution missed up until the point of insight, an example of this being the Homer Simpson's D'oh!
I'm a Seattle resident who's just getting into firearms—great time with all the talk of AWB and magazine bans. I've been looking into a good training course that would teach me how to properly use my Glock 19 and carbine. So far, I've taken an intro course at West Coast Armory and I've been...