I've finally started on Taleb's 'AntiFragile'.
One of the key ideas is that theories are more fragile than practice, meaning theoretical knowledge is of limited use and therefore theory alone often lead to less than satisfactory outcomes.
Through practice we can find what works; without necessarily the need to know why.
Indeed, what often works in practice doesn't work in theory.
A practical example would be the above tune by The Cure; a balearic club classic from back in the day.
Goth-lite whimsy from a bunch of funny looking pixies with big hair, long overcoats and black nail polish doesn't immediately feel like a recipe for get-on-one-matey nights in open roof clubs in Ibiza.
It works in practice but doesn't work in theory.
Celebration of risk and randomness though is the stock in trade of the balearic-ly inclined.