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A Thinker's Book of Dangerous Knowledge: A Humorous and Practical Guide to Critical Thinking by Peter Rogers

A Thinker's Book of Dangerous Knowledge: A Humorous and Practical Guide to Critical Thinking

by Peter Rogers

246 pages
This book is a straightforward yet humorous approach to that most dangerous activity known to humankind: thinking. It is humorous, thought-provoking, and potentially paradigm-shifting. It will pique the interest of the average thinker, and make them laugh as they navigate their way through what has typically been a dull subject.

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About the Book
A fun introduction to using a brain. A Thinkerís Book of Dangerous Knowledge takes a straightforward yet humorous approach to that most dangerous activity known to humankind: thinking. This book is humorous, thought-provoking, and paradigm-shifting. This book will pique the interest of the average thinker, and make them laugh or at least groan appreciatively as they navigate their way through what has typically been a dull, dry subject. It has pictures, diagrams, cartoons, and takes a whimsical approach to completely altering oneís perception of perceiving. Though brains are soft and squishy, books on critical thinking tend to be hard, migraine-inducing, and about as much fun as stapling a piece of liverwurst to an angry tiger. Not this book. It is a fun introduction to using oneís brain for critical thinking. Unfortunately, thinking for oneself is neither popular nor even particularly safe. To be blunt, this book is extremely dangerous. Readers may laugh, groan, roll their eyes, rage at the printed word, squint incredulously, and/or may even begin thinking for themselves. Readers may also fart a lot, depending on what they had for lunch. Readers are strongly advised to put the book down and back away slowly to a safe distance.

 

 

About the Author
Peter Rogers is a bipedal primate living in California, and has been using his brain for at least the last five years or so. He has also spent the last twenty years developing and writing business systems, user manuals, and outlining best practices in a variety of settings. As such, he has come to the dubious conclusion (without even counting on his toes) that he is eminently qualified to write a book about using a brain. Unfortunately, due to significant errors in his upbringing (sorry Mom & Dad), and in his education (sorry Western Washington University), he is wired all wrong. As such, he has attempted to develop a humorous book on critical thinking without the sound backing of a team of philosophers, scientists, theologians, lawyers, artists, and clowns.

 

 

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