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Doreva B.

Organizer

Location:

Philadelphia, PA

Organizer since:

October 9, 2014

What are some of your favorite critical thinking topics?

MLM/pyramid scams, homeopathy, reiki and other "healing touch" remedies, making science and reason engaging for people (a la Nerd Nite, Science on Tap, Penn Science Cafe), scientific scams and false advertising claims, cults, innumeracy, how to teach critical thinking to students

do you have any favorite authors?

Christopher Hitchens, Andrew Sullivan, Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner (of Freakonomics fame)

Introduction

As a librarian, I am very interested in critical thinking and making sure people have access to accurate information. I'm a PhACT member and attend lectures as often as I can.


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