This book is bargain priced from 06/19/2014 until 06/21/2014
A lively introduction to critical thinking, How to Think Clearly, draws on examples from everyday life to give you the tools you need to assess the claims and counterclaims with which you are constantly bombarded. You will learn how to identify good and bad arguments, avoid fallacies, create good explanations, assess probabilities, recognize when numbers and statistics are being used to mislead, and develop your views in ways that are clear, coherent, sensible, and persuasive.
Targeted Age Group: 21-50
Book Price: 0.99
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About the Author:
Doug Erlandson was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1946. He received his B.A. from Wheaton College (Ill.) and his doctorate in philosophy from Johns Hopkins University. Doug was an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln 1972-1980 and since 1994 has been an adjunct instructor of philosophy at Southeast Community College in Lincoln.
Doug is the author of 19 books, including the popular Kindle book, How to Think Clearly: A Guide to Critical Thinking; the Jargon-Free Guide Series, including Philosophy Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners; Faith Reborn; Spiritual Anorexia: How Contemporary Worship is Starving the Church; Godly Contentment: Kingdom Living in an Age of Economic and Social Uncertainty.
Doug and his wife are co-owners of the online candy store Licorice International, which is located in the Historic Haymarket District in Lincoln, Nebraska.