Book Club meetup

  • October 8, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • Greenhill School Library

The book for October 2014 is The End of Reason (by Ravi Zacharias)

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    Bonnie Martin--
    For November:
    We might approach critical thinking by examining cases in which decision-making failed.
    Here’s a possibility:
    A Life in Error: From Little Slips to Big Disasters by James Reason
    2013 133 pages $23.70
    ISBN-13:[masked] ISBN-10:[masked] Review
    'This book is an authoritative reminder of the journey to gain acceptance of human error as intrinsic to open systems operations as we enjoy it today--'Daniel E. Maurino, formerly Coordinator of the Flight Safety and Human Factors Study Programme

    James Reason was Professor of Psychology at the University of Manchester from 1977 until 2001. He has written on absent-mindedness, human error, aviation human factors, managing the risks of organisational accidents, and unsafe acts, accidents and heroic recoveries.

    1 · October 9

  • Mike K.

    A good discussion. I'm interested in several of your stories. I'm looking forward to more civil exchange. Do you think we could create a definition (shared context) of "Truth" (big T and little t, if necessary) for future discussions? Would a Richard Bach book be a good discussion? I have recently thought to re-read Jonathan or Illusions. Thanks again!

    October 9

  • John H.

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    October 8

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