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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The Illusion of Free Will
Via: TᵢG • 172 Comments • one week ago
Transyferous Rex last wrote: No doubt, the search for answers will continue. Good post. More stimulating than the regular fare on here.
The fiasco in Afghanistan is a grave blow to America's standing | The Economist
Via: Freewill • 12 Comments • 2 months ago
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." Europe has always been worried about Europe. That's the whole reason NATO exists. The Europeans have always been consistent in looking...
Yes, the National Debt Is Still a Problem. Always Was.
Via: TᵢG • 47 Comments • 2 months ago
TᵢG last wrote: Also, low interest rates means there are few safe investments (e.g. no safe CDs of old which earn 5%). If one wants to put one's money to work,...
Climate Change and Creation Care - biologos
Via: TᵢG • 5 Comments • 3 months ago
Hallux last wrote: I'm fine with smart people being Christians or whatever ... it's the not so smart ones who flock together.
The best places to find extraterrestrial life in our solar system, ranked | MIT Technology Review
Via: TᵢG • 24 Comments • 4 months ago
Devangelical last wrote: their concept(s) is/are as valid as any other.
The Bandwagon Effect: Why People Tend to Follow the Crowd - Effectiviology
Via: TᵢG • 39 Comments • 6 months ago
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." The bandwagon effect is a phenomena of group dynamics. But maintaining group unity through advocacy is waning. What we are witnessing is...
By: TᵢG • 205 Comments • 6 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: As have I. At this point, it just seems like playing games.