This is an incisive, engaging, and entertaining guide to critical thinking and its benefits. What can I know? What am I? Why am I here? The way you answer these questions can tell you a lot about yourself. And if you ask others, their answer will tell you a good deal about them, how they think, and what they value. Of course, if you persist in asking these questions, others may think you've become a pain in the ass. But that's no bad thing, as according to philosopher Christopher DiCarlo, it means you've learned to think critically. This witty and incisive guide to critical thinking provides you with the tools to allow you question beliefs and assumptions held by those who claim to know what they're talking about - from politicians and lawyers to bankers, doctors, and even your boss.
About the Author
Christopher W. DiCarlo is a former research scholar at the Stone Age Laboratory, Harvard University, and an advisory fellow for the Centre for Inquiry, Canada.