Critical Thinking – Hostile to Reason

Hostile to ReasonHostile to Reason
Captain Kevin M. Smith
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1621474869
Genre: Critical Thinking
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), ebook

Crash Course on Critical Thinking.

Non-partisan analytical examination of Socialism using critical thinking as a guide.

Instead of the redistribution of wealth, socialism is in dire need of a redistribution of ideas. The current ones are not working—not even a little bit. Critical thinking is an exercise that seems to have largely been abandoned in Western politics. Consider this a crash course. The experiment with socialism that began more than a century ago is still well underway throughout the world. From economic crisis in Europe to uncertainty at home, there has never been a better time to have this conversation. As experts in the field of critical thinking, pioneers in non-linear problem solving, and inventors of a comprehensive body of knowledge known as ‘Operational Decision Theory’, Captain Smith and Dr. Lofaro examine socialism in a new way. Throw away the ‘conventional wisdom.’ It’s time for a new paradigm.

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