The Thinker s Guide to Fallacies

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library introduces the concept of fallacies and shows readers how to discern and see through forty-four types.

The Thinker s Guide to Fallacies

The Thinker s Guide to Fallacies

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library introduces the concept of fallacies and shows readers how to discern and see through forty-four types. Focusing on how human self-deception, mental trickery, and manipulation lie behind fallacies, this guide builds reasoning skills and promotes fairminded, logical thought, discussions, and debate.

The Thinker s Guide to Intellectual Standards

22 For example, there are many ways in which intellectual standards are violated in the ordinary phenomenon known as fallacious speech. For examples, see Richard Paul and Linda Elder, The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies: The Art of ...

The Thinker s Guide to Intellectual Standards

The Thinker s Guide to Intellectual Standards

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library analyzes the intellectual standards by which reasoning is judged by skilled thinkers. It broadens the discussion of essential standards such as clarity, accuracy, relevance, and fairness to encompass banks of standards useful for any teacher, administrator, or professional in an evaluative role.

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The Thinker s Guide to Scientific Thinking

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to Scientific Thinking

The Thinker s Guide to Scientific Thinking

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library employs critical thinking concepts in the development of productive scientific thought. Readers will learn to reason within the logic of their scientific disciplines and will find their analytical abilities enhanced by the engaging framework of inquiry set forth by Richard Paul and Linda Elder.

The Thinker s Guide to Clinical Reasoning

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to Clinical Reasoning

The Thinker s Guide to Clinical Reasoning

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library introduces healthcare students and professionals to the foundations of critical thinking and offers examples of applications within clinical fields. It is an essential companion for all healthcare courses as it advances critical thinking within all specialties with the clinical professions.

The Thinker s Guide to Ethical Reasoning

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to Ethical Reasoning

The Thinker s Guide to Ethical Reasoning

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library offers a framework for ethical reasoning, illuminating powerful, universal tools for thinking through ethical questions. Linda Elder and Richard Paul discuss the main impediments to ethics and present ethical concepts and principles as guides for people of different backgrounds to find common ground.

The Thinker s Guide to Analytic Thinking

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to Analytic Thinking

The Thinker s Guide to Analytic Thinking

As part of the Thinker’s Guide Library, this book explores how to analyze questions, problems, and opportunities through the elements of reasoning. It provides students, educators and professionals a framework for deconstructing and assessing any issue to find the most practical solution, in order to achieve the best consequences.

The Thinker s Guide to Engineering Reasoning

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to Engineering Reasoning

The Thinker s Guide to Engineering Reasoning

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library applies critical thinking concepts to the unique requirements of engineering. Students and professionals across the field of engineering will find their analytical abilities enhanced by the engaging authoritative framework of inquiry set forth by Richard Paul and Linda Elder.

The Thinker s Guide to Socratic Questioning

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longestrunning ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. ... The Thinker's Guide for Conscientious Citizens on How to Detect Media ...

The Thinker s Guide to Socratic Questioning

The Thinker s Guide to Socratic Questioning

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library introduces readers to powerful methods for questioning that pinpoint underlying beliefs and systems of logic. Richard Paul and Linda Elder show how practical and accessible the Socratic method of inquiry can be and how useful it is when assessing and solving any problem.

The Thinker s Guide to the Human Mind

Thinker's. Guide. Library. Founded by Dr. Richard Paul, the Foundation for Critical Thinking is the longest-running non-profit organization dedicated to critical thinking. ... The Thinker's Guide to Fallacies 6. The Nature and Functions ...

The Thinker s Guide to the Human Mind

The Thinker s Guide to the Human Mind

This volume of the Thinker’s Guide Library offers insight into the mind’s core functions of thinking, feeling, and wanting and examines how to take command of emotions. It reveals intrinsic barriers to criticality in human thought that impede learning and self-development and is essential reading for those wishing to take full command their minds.

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