Ali Almossawi, Alejandro Giraldo con An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments
A completely original book about critical thinking which has been read by nearly 900,000 people worldwide.
Sometimes you hear an argument that you know is wrong, you just can’t work out why ...
An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments is aimed at teaching newcomers to the field of critical thinking — particularly younger ones — the importance of logical reasoning. Using illustrations inspired by works from Orwell’s Animal Farm to Lewis Carroll’s stories and poems, it demonstates the common errors in reasoning that we all tend to make, and suggests how to avoid them.
In today’s information-overloaded culture, An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments is a fantastic tool to help readers become more confident in discerning between different viewpoints, and in expressing their own opinions.