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By the time you’re finished reading this very concise book on critical thinking, you should become extremely efficient at the following:


  • How to structure your thoughts.

  • How to develop arguments.

  • Bias Checking: learning what influences how and why you think about things.

  • Understanding Context and knowing why it is important.

  • Developing Diagramming skills so you can see what your and other arguments look like.

  • Determining what evidence counts in supporting your arguments.

  • Spotting bad reasoning and labeling it with the use of fallacies.

  • Understanding how to see the extremes of controversial issues and knowing where you are situated between them.

The goal?

Be more empowered to have meaningful discussions about important issues, disagree entirely, and still be able to get along.