How to Think about Weird Things: Critical Thinking for a New Age

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Mayfield Pub., 1999 - Education - 300 pages
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Designed to help readers sharpen their reasoning skills, this book takes a critical look at over 50 paranormal or mysterious claims.

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My wife read the previous edition in a philosophy course in college, and drew a lot from it. A couple years later, as I have been looking to develop my ability to influence and convince, and to ... Read full review

Contents

Close Encounters with
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A WEIRDNESS SAMPLER
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The Possibility of the Impossible
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Copyright

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Lewis Vaughn is an independent scholar and freelance writer living in Amherst, New York. He is the author of Writing Philosophy: A Student's Guide to Writing Philosophy Essays (2006) and The Power of Critical Thinking (2007, 2nd ed.) and the coauthor of Doing Philosophy: An Introduction Through Thought Experiments (2006, 3rd ed.), The Moral Life: An Introductory Reader in Ethics and Literature (2007, 3rd ed.), and How to Think About Weird Things: Critical Thinking for a New Age (2005, 4th ed.). He is the former editor of Free Inquiry Magazine and the former executive editor and cofounder of Philo.

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