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35 review for The Art of Thinking Critically: Ask Great Questions, Spot Illogical Reasoning, and Make Sharp Arguments (The critical thinker Book 5)

  1. 4 out of 5

    James McAllister II

    Good introduction to critical thinking but needs edited This book was informational but the lack of grammar editing really took me out of it. Almost every page for the first three quarters of the book has missing words, wrong words or repeated words. For some reason, the last quarter of the book the grammar improved. It seems like the author had some form of autocorrect on while writing the book. The words are spelled correctly so they are not caught but just not used correctly. This caused me to Good introduction to critical thinking but needs edited This book was informational but the lack of grammar editing really took me out of it. Almost every page for the first three quarters of the book has missing words, wrong words or repeated words. For some reason, the last quarter of the book the grammar improved. It seems like the author had some form of autocorrect on while writing the book. The words are spelled correctly so they are not caught but just not used correctly. This caused me to continuously read a sentence over and over again in order to try and figure out what the author was trying to say. This really ruined the flow of the book for me and thus, the lower rating.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris Boutté

    This was such a great book on critical thinking. The author did a phenomenal job keeping this book short and sweet. I read a ton of books on becoming a better thinker, and this one felt unique and different. It teaches you how to question your own logic and assumptions, and you'll also learn about various biases and cognitive road blocks you may run into. I was pleasantly surprised by this book as well because I tried reading a different title from this author and wasn't a huge fan. This book is This was such a great book on critical thinking. The author did a phenomenal job keeping this book short and sweet. I read a ton of books on becoming a better thinker, and this one felt unique and different. It teaches you how to question your own logic and assumptions, and you'll also learn about various biases and cognitive road blocks you may run into. I was pleasantly surprised by this book as well because I tried reading a different title from this author and wasn't a huge fan. This book is absolutely worth the read, though.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Woo

    High level introductions to good, core concepts. Would benefit from more depth, clearer writing, and editing.

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    Chuck Cobb

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