Published 8/2022
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Critical thinking boost your career, protect you from scam, make you more attractive and help you live longer.
What you'll learn
You will learn how to spot lies: the necessity of evidence, the motive, irregularity, and incoherency
You will learn the modus operandi of investigative journalists, famous detectives (Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot), and prominent scientists to solve a probl
You will confidently present your ideas, cases, or proposals because you support them with sound reasoning and strong evidence
With the ARIEL technique, you will learn to organize and structure your mind and persuade your peers, boss, clients, audiences, stakeholders, and spouse.
You will learn how to win arguments by framing and anti-framing, cherry-picking evidence and its antidote, worse-off situation dilemma, and contradiction.
You will know how to spot weaknesses in your opponent's argument
You will learn The Pyramid of Knowledge or Hierarchy of Information Source. Choose the best information available in a chaotic world as the input to your mind.
You will learn about the ability to change your mind if evidence contradicts your previous belief. You can change your mind if the fact shows the contrary.
You will learn how to distinguish between fact and opinion, solve the dilemma, and the necessity of basic and advanced knowledge.
Finding flaws in your reasoning will be extremely difficult because you can avoid many fallacies and biases.
You will learn how to choose between competing or conflicting ideas. You will learn about the Law of Large Number, the Margin of Error, and the Parsimony Princi
You will learn the most used fallacies (like affirming the consequent, false cause, clustering illusion, appeal to authority) and their antidote.
You will learn the most popular cognitive bias (availability, confirmation, omission, ambiguity, and survivorship bias) and its antidote.
You will learn the concept of "Influence" (emotional appeal, association, and time-limited) and its safeguard
You will learn about careful judgment and the fatal effect of a hasty conclusion.
You will learn about reversible and irreversible decisions plus the act of commission and act of omission, and the role of luck in the good and bad outcomes of
You will learn about Blaise Pascal's expected value, probabilistic thinking, pre- Mortem Technique, and evidence-based evaluation
You will learn the law of thermodynamics. We will also introduce you to meta-analysis and randomized controlled trials. You will learn the quality of research
You will learn the necessity of longitudinal study-the difference between Gaussian (normal) distribution vs. skewed distribution
No requirement. A high dose of an open mind will help.
No previous liberal arts education is needed.
No previous philosophical course is needed
No formal previous logic training is needed.
No Sartre, Habermas and Kierkegaard. Let's make everything simple and sharp. No mumbo jumbo.
The benefits of Critical Thinking in your life:1. Critical thinking will help you boost your career. Solve your boss or your client's problem. Critical thinking enables you to be a better decision-maker.2. Critical thinking is sexy. Attract your mate with witty and warm conversation. Studies say intelligence is among the highest attractive trait in sexual partner3. Critical thinking protects your saving. Critical thinking alarms you if a criminal or bogus advertisers try to deceive you. Beware of emotion, association, and artificial scarcity.4. Critical thinking makes you live longer. Longevity is the accumulation of less stress and a stoic view of life. Critical thinking enables you to judge daily problem in the proper dose. Don't overthink.This course is different.Another course will teach you concepts, jargon, and lexicons about critical thinking. After that, they give you an example. I call this learning method "from abstract to concrete."That's boring.This course will directly jump into various cases and interesting questions.What kind of cases and questions? Cases like conflict between wife and husband, detective stories, crime scene investigations, and complex issues like Nuclear Power Controversy. We will discuss questions like how to avoid scams, how to be a better consumer, how to live longer, how to lose weight safely, how to make a woman orgasm more, how to make a good decision, and how to raise your children's scores at school and how to achieve success.We apply critical thinking directly to these cases and questions.So, you will learn critical thinking in a fun and joyful way. And 100% not boring.Plus, the lesson will last longer in your mind. It will stay for decades in your life. This course is a one-time worthy investment for you.This course consists of five parts:The first part is the introduction. Here, you will learn what critical thinking is, why you need critical thinking, and how to apply critical thinking in your daily life.You will also learn about careful reasoning, routine, random, appreciative, and hasty thinking. You will learn how critical thinking affects your career, money, mating, and longevity. You will also use critical thinking to be a better consumer, investor, worker, patient, newsreader, and voter.The second part is the basic skills. Here, you will learn about the source, the quality of information, from whom you get the information, and how to infer causation.You will also learn about The Pyramid of Knowledge, the fallacy of appeal to authority, survivorship bias, the fallacy of "false cause," the fallacy of "clustering illusion," the "fallacy of reverse causality," and John Stuart Mill's causation technique.The third part is the exercise. Here, you will apply basic skills to various causes. This exercise will stimulate your mind. It gradually challenges you, from easy one to moderate to difficult one. It will be fun.You will also learn about how to distinguish between fact and opinion, how to solve a dilemma, the necessity of basic knowledge and advanced knowledge, how to spot incoherence, irregularities, and inconsistencies, how to perform careful judgment and avoid the hasty conclusion, and finally, ability to change mind if evidence shows up.The fourth part is practical skills. Here, you will learn to apply critical thinking to daily life. We will discuss interesting topics like how to win arguments, how to avoid scams, how to be a better consumer, how to live longer, how to lose weight safely, how to make a woman orgasm more, and how to make a good decision.You will also learn about the argument's structure (ARIEL formula). You will learn about framing, cherry-picking evidence, worse-off situation, contradiction, facts against opinion, influence concept (emotional appealing, association, and limited time offer), the role of randomness and chance, the law of thermodynamics and its implication, the necessity of physics and chemistry in health issues, hierarchy of evidence, meta-analysis or systematic review, The Law of Large Number, Reversible and irreversible decision, the act of commission and act of omission, expected value, probabilistic thinking, evidence-based evaluation, availability bias, and confirmation bias.The fifth part is the philosophical debate. This part is the last part of this course. Here, we will discuss deep questions like how to achieve success in life and raise your children's scores at school.You will also learn how to judge competing theories or explanations (in short, what you should choose between contradictive ideas and conflicting advice), predictive power, omission bias, ambiguity bias, longitudinal study, Gaussian (normal) distribution vs. skewed distribution.At the end of this course, you will be reborn as a new person with a deadly weapon, your sharp mind. It will bring you influence, money, and opportunities ahead. You will be absolutely dangerous!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Basic
Lecture 2 What is Critical Thinking
Lecture 3 Why You Need Critical Thinking and... also Most Managers in The US Company
Lecture 4 The Application of Critical Thinking in A Real Life Situation
Lecture 5 How to get the best information available in a chaotic world.
Lecture 6 Truth and Authorities: Why Mark Zuckerberg Might Be Wrong about Success
Lecture 7 Correlation does not imply causation: If churches up, then drunkards up?
Lecture 8 How to infer causation: A Brilliant Technique from Two Great Philosophers
Section 3: Exercise
Lecture 9 Exercise 1: Terrible Husband: How Manipulator Works
Lecture 10 Exercise 2: Dead husband: Dilemma of Wishes
Lecture 11 Exercise 3: Bragging boyfriend: Your Mouth is (sometimes) Your Enemy
Lecture 12 Exercise 4: The Maid who Steals: Your Mind is Busy Analyzing without You Aware
Lecture 13 Exercise 5: Miss Wilson's Housefire: Why People Cheat
Lecture 14 Exercise 6: A Thief from Britain: No Perfect Crime
Lecture 15 Exercise 7: Cognitive Reflection Test: Makes You Thinking and Thinking Again
Lecture 16 Exercise 8: Time of Death: How Isaac Newton Told You When Exactly Somebody Dies
Lecture 17 Exercise 9: Nuclear Power Controversy (Be Careful You May Change your Mind Soon)
Section 4: Practical Skills
Lecture 18 How to Win Argument in Office, School and Everywhere Else
Lecture 19 How to Avoid Scam: From Evolutionary Perspective, We All Reluctant of Scam
Lecture 20 How to be a better consumer: Learn the Antidote of Ads Here!
Lecture 21 How to live longer: From Gilgamesh of Uruk to Lewis Terman
Lecture 22 How to lose weight safely: What You can Learn from Formula One and Supermodels!
Lecture 23 How to Make Women Orgasm More: 3 Great Research from 3 Great Countries
Lecture 24 How to make good decision part 1 (How to avoid most regret in your life)
Lecture 25 How to make good decision part 2 (How mathematics can save you a lot)
Section 5: Philosophical Debate
Lecture 26 How to raise your children's score...and how the book "Outliers" was trapped
Lecture 27 How to achieve success: 7 Proven Ways (backed by Grand Scale Research)
Everybody who want to learn HOW to THINK, not only WHAT to THINK.,A student who bores with formal and symbolic logic and keeps asking why lessons at school are so disconnected from real-life,A teacher who wants to inspire their students and discuss important questions in life,News readers who are annoyed with hoaxes, fake news, misinformation, and propaganda.,Consumers who don't want to be fooled by a scam and fake product.,Voters and citizens of the world who see hope in democracy.,Anyone who does not have time to read scholarly scientific journals but still has a large curiosity,Parents who want to teach their children or grandchildren how to think carefully.



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