Say you wanted to get better at thinking. Where would you even start? The idea on its own is so abstract. But becoming a better thinker is attainable, and with it come some real-world results, like improvements to your relationships, career, mental health, and emotional intelligence, to name just a few. In this course, philosophy instructor Alyssa Lowery walks you through some of the best ways to improve your thinking.
Find out what to do, and what not to do, when tackling a complicated idea, problem, or conversation. Get strategies to improve your intellectual humility and avoid common errors in reasoning. Explore distinctions, arguments, sources, generalizations, thought experiments, and more. It’s easy to think of thinking as an isolated, solitary activity. By the end of this course, you’ll have a better idea about why that’s not the case, how thinking happens with other people, and how you can join them in conversation to take your own thinking to the next level.
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