How to Think (Part 1)

I hope that title generated instant skepticism.  Skepticism is healthy when driven by the right attitude (more on that in a second).  Any hint that someone wants to dictate your thinking should put you on guard.  But I’m not interested in telling you what to think, I’m interested in discussing how.  The process, the depth,… Continue reading How to Think (Part 1)


Beyond Stage One

I borrowed my site’s name from the brilliant author and economist Thomas Sowell. It is the subtitle of my favorite of his books, Applied Economics. I think one of the great weakenesses in society today is a diminishing ability to look beyond the surface level of any given issue. To think critically. To keep asking… Continue reading Beyond Stage One