11 thoughts on “Foundation for Critical Thinking – Mission and Purpose”

  1. There's a lot of material on how to do "Critical Thinking" but I think it would be great if we could see some actual demonstrations of how it's really done in real life situations. It's like talking for hours about how to dance or really showing a dancer doing it. I think this demonstration is what that really scarce and it would be very effective if you could produce such demonstrations.

  2. The Wise have always said the same things, and fools, who are the majority have always done just the opposite. ( Arthur Schopenhauer )
    Fantastic! Thank You Very Much for Being Here!!! 🙂
    The Mission is very difficult but We Can Do It! 🙂
    p.s. I have been found the methods to apply it in everyday life. You know, for Everyday People to which an Academic Discussion is not understandable. The problem / challenge is that not everyone want to Think… 🙂

  3. One of the most formidable barriers to practicing critical thinking is our reluctance or total aversion to questioning ourselves. I suppose it is an expression of the eternal conflict between believing or wanting to believe and knowing based on reasoned analysis. 

  4. @Hythloday71 – in essence turn yourselves into a respected think tank. what better way to further your goals.

  5. As Dr Richard Paul articulates, on the subject of making an idea 'CONCRETE', and its necessity – Don't you think you ought make political case studies ?

  6. I wonder what happens when we undergo a disaster, say 9-11, what happens to these experts of "Critical Thinking" – do they try to figure out by thinking what to do, or do they react like the rest of us? I am serious….this critical thinking is only a cover up to the real thinking going on in our minds….it is a way of filtering what we do not want the others to see…only what looks critically correct….agree?

  7. i am only doing this for english. jk guys great video. Looking forward to improve my intellectual ability and enhance the speed and accuracy of my thought process.

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