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CPS A Practical Guide to Thinking Critically: How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass [Paperback]

Christopher diCarlo
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Christopher diCarlo is a philosopher of science and bioethics at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, Ontario. His research on human reasoning and cognitive evolution extends into both the physical and social sciences. A past Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and an award-winning educator, he has published scholarly and popular articles on topics ranging from bioethics to the evolution of morality and religion. DiCarlo has been featured numerous times in print, television and radio.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Of highest importance for academia today July 14 2010
In 2005 I took Professor diCarlo's course on Critical Thinking at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. I can say with confidence that the course pack of the same name i still to this day use and refer to as i enter my Masters in Legal Studies at Carleton University. His course was integral to my growth as a critical thinker and the skills i learned from his class but also his book changed my life forever. I highly recommend that every undergraduate read this book, it should be essential reading.
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