Gleb Tsipursky [ ebook or Pdf ] The Truth Seeker’s Handbook

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False beliefs leading to disastrous conseuences for our personal lives relationships careers civic and political engagement and for our society as a wholeFortunately cognitive and behavioral scientists have uncovered many useful strategies for overcoming our mental flaws This book presents a variety of rese This is a remarkable book A few of the images in it give away some left leaning political bias but the chapters full of general principles and the specific debate tactics used suc

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The Truth Seeker’s Handbook

How do you know whether something is true How do you convince others to believe the facts Research shows that the human mind is prone to making thinking errors predictable mistakes that cause us to believe comfortable lies over inconvenient truths These errors leave us vulnerable to making decisions based on DNFThis book reads as if the author considers the reader stupid The biggest example is in the captions for each photo Picture of people looking at a map and the caption says peopl

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Arch based tools for ensuring that our beliefs are aligned with reality With examples from daily life and an engaging style the book will provide you with the skills to avoid thinking errors and help others to do so preventing disasters and facilitating success for yourself those you care about and our socie Dr Gleb Tsipursky has written a timely and essential book for all who are fed up with the current post truth times we live in and are looking for ways to put real verifiable truth


10 thoughts on “The Truth Seeker’s Handbook

  1. says:

    I'll say this is a very American book at its core; the stock images that cover the top of every chapter repelled me as did the bad formatting of

  2. says:

    Basically a self help guide for people who are unlikely to benefit from it It encourages you to consider other people’s perspectives keep an open mind accept the fact that your beliefs could be mistaken If you’re willing to read this book then you probably don’t need to read it If you’re someone who need

  3. says:

    DNFThis book reads as if the author considers the reader stupid The biggest example is in the captions for each photo Picture of people looking at a map and the caption says people looking at a map I never would o

  4. says:

    We all imagine that our beliefs decisions and actions are based on a sound foundation Unfortunately that rosy opinion of ourselves is often false Our own brains have a tendency to take convenient shortcuts such

  5. says:

    This is a remarkable book A few of the images in it give away some left leaning political bias but the chapters full of general principles and the specific debate tactics used successfully by the author are extraordinarily valuable to anyone with a point of view they want to verify and defend And there are ample portions devoted to difficulties and imperfections on both sides of the current divide You do not have to be a statisti

  6. says:

    This book helped me focus my thoughts and gave me confidence in convincing others It provide uick actionable suggestions on how to think and express myself clearly and get past bickering to real understanding I'll have to read it agai

  7. says:

    Excellent for detailing personality types and specific ways to improve our effectiveness in achieving our life goa

  8. says:

    Very Effective and Realistic book Thank you very much Dr Gleb Tsipursky for publishing “The Truth Seeker’s Handbook” book which will really help people to develop realistic expectations and accurate beliefs

  9. says:

    Dr Gleb Tsipursky has written a timely and essential book for all who are fed up with the current post truth times we live in and are looking for ways to put real verifiable truth back into public discourse Using easy to follow sci

  10. says:

    I would like to give my heartfelt thanks to Dr Tsipursky to launch such a thoughtful book as the book has been organized into three sections The first outlines truth seeking strategies pursued primarily for the sake of avoid