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Summary Think Think #1

?shows you how to better navigate through the maze of biases and traps that are standard features of every human brain These innate pitfalls threaten to trick us into seeing hearing thinking remembering and believing things that are not real or true Guy Harrison's straightforward text will help you trim away the nonsense deflect bad ideas and keep both feet firmly p. I am a scientist and skeptic I did expect the book to be written at a slightly higher level than it is so I was a bit underwhelmed The author tries to hard to be uncontroversial and soft peddling in his presentation As a result the whole book is repetitive and generally boring Intellectual argument is exciting It s sometimes even bombastic That s what it is to think Not some soothing mammby pammby I THINK he missed the point as will many of the readersThe entire contents could adeuately have been summed up in a short essay rather than 200 pages of repetitive mantra The argument is at a high school level at best

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Think Think #1

Think critically learn to uestion everything and don't let your own brain trip you up  This fresh and exciting approach to science skepticism and critical thinking will enlighten and inspire readers of all ages With a mix of wit and wisdom it challenges everyone to think like a scientist embrace the skeptical life and improve their critical thinking skills Think?. I want to give 5 stars to this book Totally waste of my time I m so disappointed It s childish and i feel like a teenager wrote it I thought the Author s goal is to help people to be skeptical when it comes to thinking about our choices in politics social awareness and some important subjects but instead he s telling us not to believe in UFOs Bigfoot Lochness Monster Bermuda Triangle Area 51 Don t waste your timeTell me something i don t know

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Lanted in reality  With an upbeat and friendly tone Harrison shows how it's in everyone's best interest to uestion everything He brands skepticism as a constructive and optimistic attitude a way of life that anyone can embrace An antidote to nonsense and delusion this accessible guide to critical thinking is the perfect book for anyone seeking a jolt of inspiration. I was disappointed with this book I was expecting a advanced book The information in the book is very basic I learned this in a general science course in high school Harrison claims that too many people accept information without examining it critically He discusses alien abduction miracles Bigfoot conspiracy theories pseudoscience and fallacies and explains why we should ask uestions and be skeptical He does provide a few useful tools to analyze a claim but mostly he list things to be suspicious of The book is short entertaining easy read but provides no new information The book primarily is about being a skeptic not about critical thinking I read this book as an audio book downloaded from Audible George Newbern did a good job narrating the book


10 thoughts on “Think Think #1

  1. says:

    If I could give this book negative stars I would It's that bad; a complete waste of paper time and book space Harrison's book reads like Think; For Dummies I picked this book up randomly with the idea that this would be a b

  2. says:

    Poorly edited childish over simplified and strangely lacking in self awareness for a skeptic book The illustrations are absurd and given the simplistic and condescending tone of the book make me think it was originally targeted towards childrenHarrison's main goal seems to be to convert people to a skeptical way of thinking about the world but I doubt he's at all effective at doing so because he regularly compares non

  3. says:

    I want to give 5 stars to this book Totally waste of my time I'm so disappointed It's childish and i feel like a teenager wrote it I thought th

  4. says:

    Think Why You Should uestion Everything by Guy P Harrison“Think is a fantastic and inspirational book that will teach readers how to think like scientists uestion everything embrace doubt is a recurring theme that accomplished author historian anthropologist Guy P Harrison drives home with mastery and clarity This is an entertaining and illuminating book that will empower you to avoid common pitfalls of bad thinking in a constructive way

  5. says:

    I am a scientist and skeptic I did expect the book to be written at a slightly higher level than it is so I was a bit underwhelmed The author tries to hard to be uncontroversial and soft peddling in his presentation As a result the whole book is repetitive and generally boring Intellectual argument is exciting It's sometimes even bombastic That's what it is to think Not some soothing mammby pammby I THINK he missed the point as

  6. says:

    Thought I was getting a book on critical thinking Not so much; so a book on beware of bigfoot the loch ness monster area 51 the Bermuda triangle etc Really disappointed

  7. says:

    I was disappointed with this book I was expecting a advanced book The information in the book is very basic I learned this in a general science course in high school Harrison claims that too many people accept in

  8. says:

    Not even worth a rating This was the most pointless book I've ever skimmed Yes skimmed Read the intro and skimmed the rest How it landed on a F

  9. says:

    Honestly must read and well written

  10. says:

    The best part of this book is that it includes a section on Resources to Keep Learning Which the author based his chapters on but weakly presents a summary of those findings Note also reiterated with a bit clarity at the end of each chapter under the heading of good thinkingThe biggest draw back is the condescending and mocking attitude throughout the book Which is usually an ineffective way to convince peop

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