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The end of thinking? / Mark Stephens.

The end of thinking? / Mark Stephens.
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ISBN 9780647531303
Name Stephens, Mark author.
Title The end of thinking? / Mark Stephens.
Published Sydney, NSW : Acorn Press, [2021]
Description v, 74 pages ; 18 cm.
Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. A thousand ways to fall -- 2. No, you're not entitled to your opinion -- 3. Putting experts in their place -- 4. Finding confidence, not certainty -- 5. The character of a thinker: humility, hospitality, love.
Summary What were you thinking? We all feel entitled to our opinion. Whether it be our take on politics, vaccines, parenting, or the value of religion, everybody wants to have their say - and everybody loves to be right. But do we know what it means to think well? Covering 'idiot brain', lobotomies, the difference between certainty and confidence, the nature of facts, and the virtue of intellectual hospitality, Mark Stephens invites you to consider not just what you think but how and why you think. Do we think only for ourselves, or also for the good of others?"--Back cover.
Subjects Thought and thinking -- Religious aspects
Thought and thinking -- Social aspects
Human behavior
Series Re:considering
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