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What Does It Mean to Think Well, and Why Is It Hard Sometimes?
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Ad Hominem: Argument Pitfall #1
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My name is Shelly Johnson, and I am a writer and philosopher with a Ph.D. in philosophy. One of my primary personal and philosophical interests is how we can learn to love ourselves and each other better in order to cultivate personal and political resilience. I teach ethics and a variety of other courses at a local college. I am the author of the blog Love is Stronger. I am also the author of three logic and critical thinking books for high school and middle school: _Argument Builder_, _Discovery of Deduction_ (co-author), and _Everyday Debate_, published by Classical Academic Press. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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14 thoughts on “Why Thinking Well is Worth It”
I love these illustrations ? made it much more fun to read ?
I am so glad, Mbalenhle! I am really enjoying doing these!
You bring important messages with such lightness!
That is such a kind and encouraging comment, Infinite Living! Thank you!
You are most welcome! 🙂
I shall be looking forward to more of these! Love the illustrations they’re so cute.
I am so glad you liked it, M.B.! I am really enjoying doing the illustrations, and thinking is one of my favorite things to write about.