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Thinking as a Science

Henry Hazlitt (1894-1993)

1. 01 The Neglect of Thinking
2. 02 Thinking with Method
3. 03 A Few Cautions
4. 04 Concentration
5. 05 Prejudice and Uncertainty
6. 06 Debate and Conversation
7. 07 Thinking and Reading
8. 08 Writing One's Thoughts
9. 09 Things Worth Thinking About
10. 10 Thinking as an Art
11. 11 Books on Thinking

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Summary

Written in a conversational style that will appeal to the younger person as well as seasoned professional, "Thinking as a Science" is timeless classic. Through eleven chapters, the last being a descriptive, annotated bibliography, Henry Hazlitt systematically takes the step-by-step on the process of introducing logic and context into the thinking process. The rather long chapter on "Reading and Thinking" clarifies several notions on where one needs to understand where mere knowledge acquisition ends and using reading the stimulate thinking begins.For an individual who was largely self taught, Hazlitt's contribution to the process of thinking is a must-read.