In a world of spin, fake stories, fallacies and lies, how do you know what is true? Critical thinking uses evidence and carefully tests that evidence, just as law courts try to do, before coming to a logical conclusion. That is a huge difference from just trusting that whatever you read or hear might be factually correct. ‘The Most Avoided Questions’ is a non-fiction book that examines many of the moral issues of our time, in easy-to-read short chapters. Click on the webpage link or the book image to see some of the issues being addressed.
Chapter 13 deals with the types of fallacy that spin doctors use to influence your thinking. Chapter 6 examines belief systems. Read this philosophical morality challenge in eBook.