Category Archives: Critical Thinking
Tuesday 28th May, 6pm, Arts 1 room 315
One of our members will present a reply or follow on discussion from Bradley Monton’s earlier presentation.
“What is wrong with Intelligent Design” will explore the history of the movement to demonstrate that the reality of Intelligent Design is, what the biological arguments are and why it should not be included in the public (or even private) science education system below the Tertiary level.
One of our members presented on the difference between deductive, inductive and abductive reasoning and logic; On some of the logical, reasoning, and argument fallacies we often make; A little bit on how philosophy ties in with science, Inference to the best explanation, Philosophy of Science, and the logical forms of scientific methodology; As well as some general critical thinking skills that we should apply not only to evaluating other’s arguments, but also our own.
We hope to have an video of this (and other) talks processed and up here soon. In the mean time:
EDIT: Here it is!