Art of Thinking
Are you a pragmatist? An idealist? An analyst? What about the people you live with and work with? Complete with quizzes and self-tests, this book was written by researchers of human behavior and classifies thinking into five practical categories. But more importantly, it investigates the best strategies for approaching different situations and people, leading to the achievement of goals and the avoidance of errors -- the recipe for an enhanced life.
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Thinking about ThinkingAn Introduction
The Strange Ways of Synthesists
The Wholesome Ways of Idealists
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