Monthly Archives: April 2017

Debate 1: Is drug addiction a disease?

  As part of our courses in the meeting place of the Cambridge Critical Thinking Society  we will be introducing the participants to the art of debate allowing for the practice of critical thinking skills. This is our very first debate and it takes place … Continue reading

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Introduction to Animal Assisted Therapy

Let us think objectively!… After all we are a Critical Thinking Society.  Does having a pet help you in any way? Is there any evidence? Isn’t this just another alternative approach to counselling? This post addresses the evidence for this … Continue reading

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Avoiding confirmation bias

As I mentioned in my first post, the most important thing in the process of critical thinking is to ask ourselves how much are we willing to question our own  beliefs.  This is important because each time we read  articles … Continue reading

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Starting the debate

This blog is a space for discussion and analysis enabling the application of critical thinking tools. Eventually we will post texts from other authors and expose them to the critical analysis of our readers. The intention of this blog is … Continue reading

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