Published January 3, 2006
by Simon & Schuster Audio .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael R. LeGault (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
This is a book I would really like to like; and has a premise that I think no rational, thinking person disagrees with: it is important and useful to apply critical thinking, use evidence and reason when making decisions. So far so good. However, the book fails by its own standards; apparently LeGault forgets that he is supposed to think/5(). Notice: Your opinion matters! Take a short survey about remote teaching & learning here to help us improve. Please click here to take our survey. And sometimes it’s a book (or ten) that changes how you think forever. To live is to learn, and to read is to learn fast from the experience of others. At Blinkist, we’re pretty into books: we pore over the world’s best nonfiction and distill the key insights into fifteen-minute reads every day. Online school management system, teacher gradebooks, secure access for students and parents, custom report cards and transcripts.
The book, I think, failed to live up to the subtitle. It is a passionate defense of deep and critical thought, but fails to counter the Blink phenomenon, at least as it is covered in book. The inspiration section did not help the overall cause by proving these people only came to their conclusion via critical thinking/5. Think is a bracing gust of fresh air in a stale and musty room that hasn’t been aired out in a generation or more. In this book, the love of God and the life of the mind are passionately connected in the way the Scriptures require, and the result is a direct challenge to the intellectual sloppiness and disobedience that is so characteristic. That’s why Alan Jacobs’s forthcoming new book How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds (Crown Publishing) is the right idea at the right time. Jacobs is a good thinker, as any with knowledge of his previous books, many essays, and invaluable blog posts will know. Future is Faster Than You Think (FFTYT) Peter Diamandis (Book: The Future Is Faster Than You Think)When it comes to exponential technologies there are few people in the world more informed than Dr.
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