Critical Thinking (Oxford): "The objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement."
Individuals who value following the facts to wherever they lead regardless of the desired result and in spite of emotions.
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How should we interpret the Genesis flood account?
Via: TᵢG • 23 Comments • one week ago
JBB last wrote: Most likely many ancient stories of cataclysmic floods in the middle east describe the ancient collapses of natural land bridges that dammed...
Strawman Arguments: What They Are and How to Counter Them - Effectiviology
Via: TᵢG • 37 Comments • one week ago
Freewill last wrote: "..." Don't know what you mean, but your point is moot. 📷 Don't know what drew me back to this thread, but here I am.
Trump’s Covid Treatments Were Tested in Cells Derived From Fetal Tissue
Via: Hal A. Lujah • 2 Comments • 5 months ago
Bob Nelson last wrote: 1 Trump probably doesn't know what medicines be takes, much less where they come from. 2 Trump probably doesn't know what a stem cell is. (Being...
75 Ways Socialism Has Improved America
Via: TᵢG • 150 Comments • 7 months ago
TᵢG last wrote: Again you fail to read. This seed exists to illustrate how people routinely get the concept of socialism wrong. You, by context, presumed that...
Is Bernie Sanders a Communist?
By: TᵢG • 341 Comments • 9 months ago
Eat The Press Do Not Read It last wrote: All of the Sanders are "communist pinkos" working for Russia to spread their insidious religion to the American Sheep who will swallow anything...
Is Evolution True?
Via: TᵢG • 131 Comments • 9 months ago
Freewill last wrote: "..." I don't know Perrie, I sort of feel like the second dude from the left when I roll out of the rack in the morning. I could have easily...
A Challenge For Mr. Kent Hovind - YouTube
Via: TᵢG • 1 Comments • 10 months ago
TᵢG last wrote: Kent Hovind is despicable. One can only hope that he is seen as a disgrace by religious people.
What is "Pro-Science?"
By: Gordy327 • 272 Comments • last year
sandy-2021492 last wrote: "..." No, it does not. Science makes no attempt to address questions of philosophy, morality, or ethics. "..." What "reason and rational...
By: TᵢG • 327 Comments • 2 years ago
Krishna last wrote: Yet truth is often cavalierly discarded when it conflicts with one’s short term goals or worldview." You're just discovering this now???...