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Academic Level : Scholarly/Undergraduate
Author : John Chaffee
Binding : Paperback
BISAC Subject : Philosophy / Epistemology
Book Type : NON-FICTION
Dewey : 121
Edition : 9
Language : ENGLISH
Pages : 482
Place of Publication : United States
Publication Date : 12/26/2007

Table of Contents
Readings xvii
Preface xix
Thinking
1(41)
Visual Thinking: The Mystery of the Mind
3(1)
Living an ``Examined'' Life
4(1)
Visual Thinking: You Are the Artist of Your Life
4(1)
A Roadmap to Your Mind
5(2)
Working Toward Goals
7(1)
Thinking Activity 1.1: Analyzing a Goal That You Achieved
8(1)
Achieving Short-Term Goals
8(2)
Achieving Long-Term Goals
10(1)
Thinking Activity 1.2: Analyzing an Important Future Goal
11(1)
Images, Decision-Making, and Thinking About Visual Information
11(1)
Images, Perceiving, and Thinking
11(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Disaster and Perspective
12(2)
Thinking Passage: The Autobiography of Malcolm X
14(3)
From The Autobiography of Malcolm X
25
Malcolm X
Alex Haley
An Organized Approach to Making Decisions
17(4)
Thinking Activity 1.3: Analyzing a Previous Decision
11(10)
Thinking Activity 1.4: Analyzing a Future Decision
21(1)
Discovering ``Who'' You Are
21(1)
What Are Your Interests?
22(1)
Thinking Activity 1.5: Identifying Your Interests
22(1)
What Are Your Abilities?
23(2)
Thinking Activity 1.6: Identifying Your Abilities
24(1)
Living Creatively
25(1)
Thinking Activity 1.7: Describing Your Current and Future Self
25(1)
``Can I Be Creative?''
26(2)
Thinking Activity 1.8: Describing a Creative Area
27(1)
Becoming More Creative
28(6)
Thinking Activity 1.9: Identifying Creative Blocks
28(3)
Thinking Activity 1.10: Combating the ``Voice of Criticism''
31(2)
Visual Thinking: ``Expect the Unexpected''---Heraclitus
33(1)
Thinking Activity 1.11: Becoming More Creative
33(1)
Thinking Passage: Nurturing Creativity
34(6)
``Original Spin''
34(2)
Lesley Dormen
Peter Edidin
Visual Thinking: ``Express Yourself!''
36(4)
Final Thoughts
40(2)
Thinking Critically
42(37)
Thinking Activity 2.1: Who Is a Critical Thinker?
44(1)
Visual Thinking: ``Now It Is Time for Us to Part''
45(1)
Thinking Actively
46(1)
Influences on Your Thinking
46(1)
Thinking Activity 2.2: Influences on Our Thinking
47(1)
Becoming an Active Learner
47(1)
Carefully Exploring Situations with Questions
48(2)
Thinking Activity 2.3: Analyzing a Complex Issue
49(1)
Thinking Independently
50(2)
Thinking Activity 2.4: Evaluating Your Beliefs
51(1)
Viewing Situations from Different Perspectives
52(3)
Visual Thinking: Thinking Independently
53(1)
Thinking Activity 2.5: Analyzing a Belief from Different Perspectives
54(1)
Thinking Activity 2.6: Writing from Interactive Perspectives
54(1)
Supporting Diverse Perspectives with Reasons and Evidence
55(3)
Visual Thinking: ``You Leave---I Was Here First!''
56(1)
Thinking Activity 2.7: Analyzing Different Sides of an Issue
56(1)
Thinking Activity 2.8: Analyzing Different Perspectives
57(1)
Discussing Ideas in an Organized Way
58(2)
Listening Carefully
60(1)
Supporting Views with Reasons and Evidence
60(1)
Responding to the Points Being Made
61(1)
Asking Questions
61(1)
Increasing Understanding
61(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Complex Issues, Challenging Images
62(2)
Thinking Activity 2.9: Creating a Dialogue
64(1)
Becoming a Critical Thinker
64(1)
Analyzing Issues
65(1)
What Is the Issue?
65(1)
What Is the Evidence?
66(2)
What Are the Arguments?
68(2)
What Is the Verdict?
70(1)
Thinking Activity 2.10: Analyzing Your Verdict
71(1)
Thinking Passages: Jurors' and Judges' Reasoning Processes
71(8)
``Jurors Hear Evidence and Turn It into Stories''
71(1)
Daniel Goleman
Visual Thinking: ``Members of the Jury, Don't Be Deceived...''
72(3)
``Judicial Reasoning Is All Too Human''
75(4)
Patricia Cohen
Solving Problems
79(36)
Thinking Critically About Problems
80(1)
Introduction to Solving Problems
81(1)
Thinking Activity 3.1: Analyzing a Problem You Solved
82(1)
Solving Complex Problems
82(3)
Visual Thinking: ``Eureka! I Found the Needle!''
84(1)
Accepting the Problem
85(2)
Step 1: What Is the Problem?
87(2)
Step 2: What Are the Alternatives?
89(1)
Step 3: What Are the Advantages and/or Disadvantages of Each Alternative?
90(2)
Visual Thinking: ``I Have a Creative Idea!''
91(1)
Step 4: What Is the Solution?
92(3)
Visual Thinking: ``Why Didn't I Think of That!''
93(2)
Step 5: How Well Is the Solution Working?
95(2)
Thinking Activity 3.2: Analyzing an Unsolved Problem
96(1)
Thinking Activity 3.3: Analyzing College Problems
97(1)
Solving Nonpersonal Problems
97(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Advertising to Change Behavior
98(2)
Thinking Activity 3.4: Analyzing Social Problems
100(1)
Thinking Passages: Challenging Social Issues
100(15)
``Young Hate''
101(6)
David Shenk
``When Is It Rape?''
107(8)
Nancy Gibbs
Perceiving and Believing
115(48)
Actively Selecting, Organizing, and Interpreting Sensations
117(2)
People's Perceptions Differ
119(3)
Thinking Activity 4.1: Analyzing Perceptions
120(1)
Visual Thinking: The Investigation
121(1)
Viewing the World Through ``Lenses''
122(1)
What Factors Shape Perceptions?
123(5)
Thinking Activity 4.2: Thinking Critically About My Perceiving Lenses
124(1)
Thinking Activity 4.3: Analyzing Different Accounts of the Assassination of Malcolm X
124(1)
Visual Thinking: Witnessing a Martyrdom
125(1)
Five Accounts of the Assassination of Malcolm X
125(3)
Thinking Activity 4.4: Analyzing Different Accounts of the 2001 World Trade Center and Pentagon Attacks
128(1)
Thinking Passage: Experiences Shape Your Perceptions
128(4)
``Acquired Knowledge'' by Anonymous
129(1)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Perceiving and Managing Fear
130(2)
Thinking Activity 4.5: Describing a Shaping Experience
132(1)
Perceiving and Believing
132(2)
Believing and Perceiving
134(1)
Thinking Activity 4.6: Analyzing a False Perception
135(1)
Types of Beliefs: Report, Inferences, Judgments
135(3)
Thinking Activity 4.7: Identifying Reports, Inferences, and Judgments
137(1)
Visual Thinking: Observing a Street Scene
138(1)
Reporting Factual Information
138(4)
Thinking Activity 4.8: Evaluating Factual Information
140(1)
Thinking Activity 4.9: ``Real'' and Manipulated Images in Film
140(2)
Inferring
142(4)
Thinking Activity 4.10: Analyzing an Incorrect Inference
145(1)
Judging
146(1)
Differences in Judgments
147(2)
Thinking Activity 4.11: Analyzing Judgments
148(1)
Thinking Passages: Perception and Reality on Reporting About Hurricane Katrina
149(14)
``They Shoot Helicopters, Don't They? How Journalists Spread Rumors During Katrina''
150(3)
Matt Welch
``Finding and Framing Katrina: The Social Construction of Disaster''
153(10)
Russell R. Dynes
Havidan Rodriguez
Constructing Knowledge
163(40)
Believing and Knowing
164(2)
Thinking Activity 5.1: Evaluating the Accuracy of Beliefs
165(1)
Knowledge and Truth
166(1)
Stages of Knowing
167(4)
Thinking Activity 5.2: What Stage of Knowing Am I In?
171(1)
Thinking Critically About Your Beliefs
171(7)
Thinking Activity 5.3: Surveying Your Beliefs
172(1)
Thinking Activity 5.4: Evaluating My Beliefs
173(1)
Visual Thinking: ``I Knew That Aliens Existed!''
174(2)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Propaganda: Undermining Knowledge and Questioning Beliefs
176(2)
Using Perspective-Taking to Achieve Knowledge
178(4)
Thinking Activity 5.5: Analyzing Different Accounts of the Confrontation at Tiananmen Square
178(1)
Several Accounts of Events at Tiananmen Square, 1989
179(3)
Thinking Activity 5.6: Analyzing Different Accounts of a Current Event
182(1)
Beliefs Based on Indirect Experience
182(1)
How Reliable Are the Information and the Source?
183(4)
Thinking Activity 5.7: Evaluating Different Perspectives
184(3)
Evaluating Online Information
187(1)
Before You Search
187(1)
Choose Sources Likely to Be Reliable
187(2)
Thinking Passage: Plato's Allegory of the Cave: The Journey from Perception to Knowledge
189(4)
``On Plato's Cave''
190(3)
Sonja Tanner
Final Thoughts
193(10)
Thinking Activity 5.8: Analyzing Different Accounts of the Dropping of the Atom Bomb on Japan
193(1)
Was the United States Justified in Dropping Atomic Bombs on Japan?
194(1)
Visual Thinking: After the Bomb
195(8)
Language and Thought
203(46)
The Evolution of Language
204(2)
The Lord's Prayer
205(1)
The Symbolic Nature of Language
206(2)
Semantic Meaning (Denotation)
208(1)
Perceptual Meaning (Connotation)
209(1)
Syntactic Meaning
209(1)
Pragmatic Meaning
210(5)
Thinking Activity 6.1: The Language of War
211(2)
Thinking Activity 6.2: Understanding Nonsense Words
213(1)
``Jabberwocky''
213(1)
Thinking Activity 6.3: The Language of Cloning
214(1)
Using Language Effectively
215(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Reading the Unwritten
216(2)
Thinking Passage: Blue Highways
218(2)
From Blue Highways
218(2)
William Least Heat-Moon
Thinking Activity 6.4: Communicating an Experience
220(1)
Using Language to Clarify Thinking
220(3)
Visual Thinking: Words Paint a Picture
221(2)
Improving Vague Language
223(2)
Thinking Activity 6.5: Reviewing a Movie
224(1)
Thinking Passage: The Dangers of Ambiguous Language
225(2)
``An Account of Avianca Flight 52''
225(2)
Using Language in Social Contexts
227(1)
Language Styles
227(1)
Standard American English
228(1)
Visual Thinking: ``What's Happening?''
228(1)
Slang
229(1)
Thinking Activity 6.6: Thinking About Slang
229(1)
Jargon
230(1)
Dialects
231(1)
The Social Boundaries of Language
231(1)
Thinking Activity 6.7: Analyzing Language Uses
232(1)
Using Language to Influence
232(1)
Euphemistic Language
233(4)
Thinking Activity 6.8: Analyzing Euphemisms
235(1)
``Ancient Greece to Iraq, the Power of Words in Wartime''
235(2)
Robin Tolmach Lakoff
Emotive Language
237(3)
Thinking Activity 6.9: Analyzing Emotive Language
239(1)
Thinking Passages: Persuading with Political Speeches
240(1)
Thinking Activity 6.10: How Email Changes Communication
241(1)
How Do You ``Come Across''?
241(1)
Final Thoughts
241(1)
Thinking Passage: Gender Differences in Language
242(7)
``Sex, Lies and Conversation: Why Is It So Hard for Men and Women to Talk to Each Other?''
242(1)
Deborah Tannen
Visual Thinking: ``You're Not Going to Believe This...''
243(6)
Forming and Applying Concepts
249(29)
What Are Concepts?
250(3)
Thinking Activity 7.1: Forming New Concepts Through Experience
252(1)
The Structure of Concepts
253(1)
Thinking Activity 7.2: Diagramming the Structure of Concepts
254(1)
Forming Concepts
254(3)
Thinking Activity 7.3: Forming New Concepts Through Generalizing and Interpreting
257(1)
Applying Concepts
257(4)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Fashion Statements as Concepts
258(3)
Thinking Passages: Femininity and Masculinity
261(4)
From Femininity
261(1)
Susan Brownmiller
Visual Thinking: ``Pose!''
262(1)
``The Return of Manly Men''
262(3)
Patricia Leigh Brown
Using Concepts to Classify
265(2)
Visual Thinking: ``A Tree Is Just a Tree, Is Just a Tree...''
266(1)
Defining Concepts
267(3)
Thinking Activity 7.4: Analyzing the Concept Responsibility
269(1)
Thinking Activity 7.5: The Concepts Information and Ownership
270(1)
Thinking Passage: Denning Cultural Identity
270(5)
``Identify Yourself: Who's American?''
271(1)
Gregory Rodriguez
Visual Thinking: Who Is an American?
272(3)
Relating Concepts with Mind Maps
275(1)
Thinking Activity 7.6: Creating and Applying Mind Maps
276(1)
Final Thoughts
276(1)
Thinking Passage: The Concepts Religion and Religious Experience ``What Is Religion?''
277(1)
Frederick J. Streng
Relating and Organizing
278(27)
Chronological and Process Relationships
280(1)
Chronological Relationships
280(1)
Thinking Activity 8.1: Creating a Narrative Description
280(1)
Process Relationships
281(3)
Thinking Activity 8.2: Analyzing Process Relationships
281(2)
Thinking Activity 8.3: Creating a Process Description
283(1)
Comparative and Analogical Relationships
284(1)
Comparative Relationships
284(3)
Thinking Activity 8.4: Analyzing Comparative Relationships
286(1)
Analogical Relationships
287(4)
Thinking Activity 8.5: Analyzing Analogical Relationships
290(1)
Thinking Activity 8.6: Creating Analogies to Capture Life
290(1)
Causal Relationships
291(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: The Places We Think
292(2)
Causal Chains
294(1)
Thinking Activity 8.7: Creating a Causal Chain
295(1)
Contributory Causes
295(2)
Visual Thinking: ``The Birds and the Bees, the Flowers and the Trees''
296(1)
Thinking Activity 8.8: Creating a Scenario of Contributory Causes
297(1)
Interactive Causes
297(3)
Thinking Activity 8.9: Analyzing Causal Relationships
297(2)
Visual Thinking: Why...?
299(1)
Final Thoughts
300(1)
Thinking Passage: Environmental Issues
300(5)
``Worried? Us?''
300(5)
Bill McKibben
Thinking Critically About Moral Issues
305(35)
What Is Ethics?
307(4)
Thinking Activity 9.1: Who Is a Moral Person?
308(1)
Thinking Activity 9.2: What Are My Moral Values?
309(2)
Your Moral Compass
311(2)
I Would Follow My Conscience
313(1)
I Do Not Know What I Would Do
314(1)
I Would Do Whatever Would Improve My Own Situation
314(1)
I Would Do What God or the Scriptures Say Is Right
314(1)
I Would Do Whatever Made Me Happy
315(1)
I Would Follow the Advice of an Authority, Such as a Parent or Teacher
316(1)
I Would Do What Is Best for Everyone Involved
316(3)
Thinking Activity 9.3: Analyzing Moral Dilemmas
316(3)
The Thinker's Guide to Moral Decision-Making
319(1)
Make Morality a Priority
319(1)
Visual Thinking: ``What Homeless Person?''
320(1)
Recognize That a Critical-Thinking Approach to Ethics Is Based on Reason
320(1)
Include the Ethic of Justice in Your Moral Compass
321(2)
Thinking Activity 9.4: Evaluating My Moral Beliefs with Reason
323(1)
Include the Ethic of Care in Your Moral Compass
323(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Ethics and Emotions
324(2)
Accept Responsibility for Your Moral Choices
326(1)
Seek to Promote Happiness for Oneself and Others
327(2)
Thinking Activity 9.5: What Is My Idea of Human Happiness?
329(1)
Seek to Develop an Informed Intuition
329(2)
Thinking Activity 9.6: Thinking About My Moral Intuition
331(1)
Discover the ``Natural Law'' of Human Nature
331(1)
Choose to Be a Moral Person
332(3)
Thinking Activity 9.7: Nurturing Your Moral Growth
334(1)
Thinking Passage: Thinking and Acting Morally
335(5)
``The Disparity Between Intellect and Character'' by Robert Coles
335(5)
Constructing Arguments
340(35)
Visual Thinking: ``Let Herbs Grow Free!''
342(1)
Recognizing Arguments
343(2)
Cue Words for Arguments
345(2)
Thinking Activity 10.1: Identifying Arguments with Cue Words
346(1)
Thinking Passages: Legalizing Drugs
347(1)
``Drugs''
Gore Vidal
``The Case for Slavery''
A. M. Rosenthal
Arguments Are Inferences
347(2)
Evaluating Arguments
349(1)
Truth: How True Are the Supporting Reasons?
349(2)
Thinking Activity 10.2: Evaluating the Truth of Reasons
351(1)
Validity: Do the Reasons Support the Conclusion?
351(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: The Changing Rules of Love
352(2)
The Soundness of Arguments
354(1)
Understanding Deductive Arguments
355(2)
Application of a General Rule
356(1)
Modus Ponens
357(1)
Modus Tollens
358(1)
Disjunctive Syllogism
359(2)
Thinking Activity 10.3: Evaluating Arguments
359(2)
Thinking Activity 10.4: Freedom of Speech on the Internet
361(1)
Constructing Extended Arguments
361(1)
Writing an Extended Argument
362(1)
Thinking Activity 10.5: Composing an Extended Argument
362(1)
Final Thoughts
363(1)
Thinking Passages: For and Against Human Cloning
363(12)
``U.S. Company Says It Cloned Human Embryo for Cells''
364(1)
Maggie Fox
Visual Thinking: Cloning Mammals
365(2)
``No Fear''
367(3)
Richard T. Hull
``Even If It Worked, Cloning Wouldn't Bring Her Back''
370(5)
Thomas H. Murray
Reasoning Critically
375(54)
Inductive Reasoning
376(1)
Empirical Generalization
377(1)
Is the Sample Known?
378(1)
Is the Sample Sufficient?
378(1)
Is the Sample Representative?
378(2)
Thinking Activity 11.1: Evaluating Inductive Arguments
379(1)
Thinking Activity 11.2: Designing a Poll
380(1)
Fallacies of False Generalization
380(1)
Hasty Generalization
381(1)
Sweeping Generalization
381(1)
False Dilemma
382(1)
Thinking Passage: Detecting Fallacies of False Generalization
383(2)
``She's Not Really Ill...''
383(2)
Maureen Dowd
Causal Reasoning
385(1)
The Scientific Method
386(4)
Visual Thinking: Curing Disease
387(2)
Thinking Activity 11.3: Applying the Scientific Method
389(1)
Controlled Experiments
390(5)
Thinking Activity 11.4: Evaluating Experimental Results
394(1)
Thinking Activity 11.5: Designing a Scientific Experiment
395(1)
Thinking Passage: Researching Cures and Prevention
395(1)
``'3 X 5' Progress Report'' by World Health Organization UN AIDS (student website)
Thinking Passage: Treating Breast Cancer
396(1)
``Study Sets off Debate Over Mammograms' Value''
Gina Kolata
Causal Fallacies
397(1)
Questionable Cause
397(1)
Misidentification of the Cause
397(1)
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
398(1)
Slippery Slope
398(2)
Visual Thinking: Slipping and Sliding
399(1)
Fallacies of Relevance
400(1)
Appeal to Authority
401(1)
Appeal to Tradition
401(1)
Bandwagon
402(1)
Appeal to Pity
402(1)
Appeal to Fear
403(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Stop and Think
404(2)
Appeal to Flattery
406(1)
Special Pleading
406(1)
Appeal to Ignorance
407(1)
Begging the Question
407(1)
Visual Thinking: Fallacies in Action
408(1)
Straw Man
408(1)
Red Herring
409(1)
Appeal to Personal Attack
409(1)
Two Wrongs Make a Right
410(1)
Thinking Activity 11.6: Identifying Fallacies
410(1)
The Critical Thinker's Guide to Reasoning
411(1)
What Is My Initial Point of View?
411(1)
How Can I Define My Point of View More Clearly?
411(2)
What Is an Example of My Point of View?
413(1)
What Is the Origin of My Point of View?
413(1)
What Are My Assumptions?
413(1)
What Are the Reasons, Evidence, and Arguments That Support My Point of View?
414(1)
What Are Other Points of View on This Issue?
414(1)
What Is My Conclusion, Decision, Solution, or Prediction?
415(1)
What Are the Consequences?
416(1)
Thinking Activity 11.7: Applying the ``Guide to Reasoning''
416(1)
Thinking Passages: Thinking Critically About Authority
417(12)
``Critical Thinking and Obedience to Authority''
417(1)
John Sabini
Maury Silver
Visual Thinking: Milgram's Experiment
418(7)
``Pressure to Go Along with Abuse Is Strong, but Some Soldiers Find Strength to Refuse'' by Anahad O'Connor
425(4)
Thinking Critically, Living Creatively
429(34)
Living a Life Philosophy
430(2)
Choosing Freely
432(3)
Deciding on a Career
435(2)
Visual Thinking: Weighing Your Decision Carefully
436(1)
Thinking Activity 12.1: Thinking About Your Career Plans
437(1)
Thinking Errors in Career Decisions
437(1)
Creating Your Dream Job
438(1)
Thinking Activity 12.2: Describing Your Dream Job
438(1)
Finding the Right Match
439(1)
Visual Thinking: A Bad Hair Day?
439(1)
Thinking Passages: Finding Meaning in Work
440(9)
``Cut Time'' by Carlo Rotella
441(5)
``Spellbound by the Eternal Riddle, Scientists Revel in Their Captivity'' by Alan Lightman
446(3)
Thinking Critically About Personal Relationships
449(1)
The Thinker's Guide to Healthy Relationships
450(1)
Establish Goals
450(1)
Communicate Clearly
451(1)
View Your Relationships from All Perspectives
451(1)
Build Trust Through Reason
452(1)
Foster Creativity
453(3)
Thinking Critically About Visuals: Envisioning the Good Life
454(2)
Value Freedom and Responsibility
456(1)
Problem-Solve
456(1)
Thinking Activity 12.3: Improving Your Relationships
457(1)
Choosing the ``Good Life''
457(2)
The Meaning of Your Life
459(4)
Glossary 463(8)
Credits 471(2)
Index 473

 

 
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