Why can't we eliminate terrorism by killing terrorists? Why can't we learn anything about climate change by discussing the weather? And what do fishermen in Turkey have to teach us about international relations? Often we compound our problems by focusing on the apparent crux of the matter. In Reframe, Eric Knight encourages us to step back and observe our world from afar. By tackling problems from original perspectives and discarding the magnifying glass, we will discover hidden solutions. A remarkably innovative and compelling book from one of the world's most exciting young thinkers, Reframe illustrates how we can cast a fresh eye on seemingly insoluble difficulties by seeing the wood for the trees.