📕 Writing

My short and longer texts, from notes to formal essays.

I was watching this course of lectures on human behavioral biology by Robert Sapolsky, a professor of Stanford University, to learn more about human beings, because I realize I really need to understand them/us better after resent tragic events in my life (a betrayal of a very close friend). I combined the experience with reading Dostoevsky, Camus and Gide, but it is another story.


My notes in preparation for a discussion I was hosting, which I knew would require remembrance of these definitions by some participants to keep us all on the same page. I fused multiple definitions to cover most interpretations: reason, intuition, logic, deduction, induction, fallacy, critical thinking, opinion,  argumentation, evidence, and skepticism.


Definitions for good discussions: Reason, Intuition, Logic, Deduction, Induction, Fallacy, Critical Thinking, Opinion, Facts, Argumentation, Evidence, Skepticism.
Definitions, Reason, Intuition, Logic, Deduction, Induction, Fallacy, Critical Thinking, Opinion, Facts, Argumentation, Evidence, Skepticism.