Sites related to logical thought and for the advancement of rational thinking and reasoning. Not a category for sites about issues, but for sites which can help us learn to make fair and sensible judgements about all issues.
Collection of book reviews and essays, mostly on popular science, with an emphasis on science as a guide to truth. Also includes a discussion forum.
Six rules of evidential reasoning, a distillation and simplification of the scientific method. Ignoring the vowels, the letters in the word "FiLCHeRS" stand for the rules of Falsifiability, Logic, Comprehensiveness, Honesty, Replicability, and Sufficiency.
A non-profit scholarly association which aims to promote research into, teaching of, and testing of informal logic and critical thinking.
Tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments, based on Sagan's book "The Demon Haunted World: Science as a candle in the dark."
Comments on religion, science and scepticism.
Tutorial for critical thinking.
A service organization for educators dedicated to providing programs for K - 12 schools and colleges on teaching and assessing skillful thinking.
Over one hundred tutorials on critical thinking, logic, scientific reasoning, creativity, and other aspects of thinking skills.
Addressing strange phenomena with the mindset, "What are the facts and what can we deduce from them?"
Essay on propaganda techniques.
A course given by Peter Suber for high-school students as an introduction to college.
Online book by Bob Korn promoting critical thinking. Outline, contact information.
Provides a weekly podcast dedicated to furthering knowledge by eliminating the widespread pseudosciences that infect popular culture.
Gives logical errors a name and points out the most common logical errors and how to avoid them.
Providing a forum and resources about Socratic questioning, higher order thinking, and critical thinking. Organizer of conferences and publisher of books and academic resources for teachers.
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article includes an overview, concepts and principles, classroom applications, and effectiveness of instruction.
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