Reason: Book I

Reason Book I This book is based on the first two years of The Dr Bo Show where Bo takes a critical thinking reason and science based approach to issues that matter with the goal of educating and entertaining

  • Title: Reason: Book I
  • Author: BoBennett
  • ISBN: 9781456626822
  • Page: 237
  • Format: ebook
  • This book is based on the first two years of The Dr Bo Show, where Bo takes a critical thinking , reason , and science based approach to issues that matter with the goal of educating and entertaining Every chapter in the book explores a different aspect of reason by using a real world issue or example Part one is about how science works even when the public thinks it doThis book is based on the first two years of The Dr Bo Show, where Bo takes a critical thinking , reason , and science based approach to issues that matter with the goal of educating and entertaining Every chapter in the book explores a different aspect of reason by using a real world issue or example Part one is about how science works even when the public thinks it doesn t Part two will certainly ruffle some feathers by offering a reason and science based perspective on issues where political correctness has gone awry Part three provides some data driven advice for your health and well being Part four looks at human behavior and how we can better navigate our social worlds In part five we put on our skeptical goggles and critically examine a few commonly held beliefs In the final section, we look at a few ways how we all can make the world a better place.

    One thought on “Reason: Book I”

    1. This is an entertaining but not very coherent collection of skeptical debunks, philosophical musings, etc. I can tell the author is passionate about critical thinking, reason, and science, but I can also tell he hasn't gone into a certain depth on these topics. This passes for a pop-philosophy/pop-sci book, but I enjoy reading skeptical thinkers who really drill down into the details. If you do, too, then you're not missing much by skipping this book.But I did learn from and enjoy his distinctio [...]

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