Good Reasoning for Life; An Interactive Program for Teenagers
By Ali S. Kazeroonian
Class fee is $40 per term.
The “Good Reasoning for Life” class started the last semester focusing on how to make good decisions.
We'll develop solid principles around these examples. As usual the class will be highly interactive and will involve dialogs and debates. This semester's class promises to be highly entertaining while eye opening and very educational–you'll be surprised how many very smart people can go terribly wrong, and how you can see it before they do. You'll find it surprising how billions of dollars (and many lives) are regularly wasted on poorly conceived notions, deceptive statements and baseless conclusions. And you'll find it entertaining how often we hold onto superstitions, see patterns where there are none, and are convinced by faulty arguments.
Dr. Ali S. Kazeroonian has studied critical thinking, decision making, and reasoning for the past 10 years. In Active Decisions, a company he founded in 1998, he applied some of these reasoning principles to consumer shopping. Dr. Kazeroonian received his bachelor’s degree from Caltech and Ph.D. from MIT, both in Physics.
Saturdays, Until Dec 25, 2010, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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