Mike Israetel: Critical Thinking
Arguing to convince: learning, not fighting
- Fundamental principles of critical thinking & argumentation
- Part 1: understanding & identification
- Establishing common ground
- Exposing disagreement
- Reducing disagreement
- Argument egress
Critical thinking and argumentation is a process that can be very tricky. We’ve all had those seemingly endless Facebook discussions about various health and fitness related topics, that just seemed to go nowhere. The main issue most people face is that often the parties involved are arguing to convince, rather than to learn from each other.
But how do you actually converse to learn and educate one another, rather than just having an argument back and forth?
In this lecture, you’ll learn what fundamental principles underlie the critical thinking & argumentation process and how to apply a step-by-step process to improve your argumentation skills.
- High-quality video and audio
- Duration: 55:59