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How to be a critical thinker, #4 of 6

Note: This event isn't sponsored by this meetup group, but I'm promoting it because it is a great way to learn about 'critical thinking.'  It is free, open to people of all belief systems, and drop-ins are welcome.  I'm teaching it, as a member of The Humanists of Greater Portland.  Do not rsvp here, but rather do so at the main meetup event page:


Free class: "How to be a critical thinker, #4 of 6"

Session 4: Ch. 7 "Science and Its Pretenders"


Book: The book is "How to Think About Weird Things: Critical Thinking for a New Age." We will be reading the 2004 version (not the latest, but good enough, and much cheaper.)  Click here to buy the 2004 version: (you should be able to see one listed for under $5).




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