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Are You a Conformist or an Anti-Conformist Conformist?

By | September 24th, 2007|Categories: Creative Life, Critical Thinking, Observations, Philosophy|Tags: , , , |

The most ancient social duality is the tendency of humans to split into one of two groups: The Conformists or The Anti-Conformist Conformists.

Critical Thinking 101 :: Duality

By | July 10th, 2007|Categories: Creative Life, Critical Thinking, Philosophy|

The foundation of learning to think critically is the ability to recognize duality. Duality is a universal principle (like gravity, exponential growth, or synergy) existing in multiple aspects of our life, environment, and universe. On the most basic level, duality is the existence of opposing forces in the universe. "To every action there is always [...]

The First Clue You’re Not A Critical Thinker

By | June 11th, 2007|Categories: Creative Life, Critical Thinking, Observations, Philosophy|

I'm starting to get concerned with what I see as a global decline in critical thinking. The fact that the United States as a country and the world as a whole are both becoming more and more polarized is evidence that people are trending towards banding together in a group-think mentality instead of forming opinions [...]

Become a Critical Thinker

By | March 30th, 2007|Categories: Creative Life, Critical Thinking, Philosophy|

Are you a critical thinker? Answering this question is a lot harder than you might think. Everyone believes they are from within their own paradigm, but true critical thinkers are few and far between. Difference of Opinion The growing divide in American politics is evidence of a decline in critical thinking. Critical thinkers don't always [...]