7 books which teach Logic, Debunking, and Critical Thinking

I believe in the scientific method (Wikipedia link opens in new tab) as a way to determine how to discover good information.

I believe that a knowledge of logical fallacies (Wikipedia link opens in new tab) and cognitive biases (Wikipedia link opens in new tab) helps determine what is a bad statement.

I also believe in being kind.

📖Carl Sagan, “The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark”, 1995.

📕Simon Singh & Edzard Ernst, “Trick or Treatment: Alternative Medicine on Trial”, 2008.

📒Julian Baggini, “The Duck that Won the Lottery (and 99 other bad arguments)”, 2008.

📗Debbie Nathan, “Sybil Exposed”, 2011.

📙James Randi, “Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns, and Other Delusions”, 1980.

📘Martin Gardner, “Fads and Fallacies in the Name of Science”, 1957 (1976).

And yes, I’ll include one on Art:

📚John Berger, “Ways of Seeing”, 1972.