I have been working a lot more on the Comprehensible Philosophy Dictionary. There will be many corrections coming soon in addition to many new definitions. You can let me know if any of these definitions should be improved or if I am still missing an important philosophy term. The new definitions I am planning on adding are the following: (more…)
August 5, 2012
July 11, 2012
I created a draft of The Comprehensible Philosophy Dictionary that is now available to the world. The motivation is to help people understand concepts related to logic, philosophy, and critical thinking. The definitions should generally be something you can understand, even if you have little to know education in these fields.
We all know that dictionaries can be valuable when we need to know what a term means while reading a book, but the philosophical dictionary isn’t just to help us understand the arcane language spoken by elitist intellectuals. The terminology used by philosophers often refer to concepts that are central to rational thought or that help us make important distinctions. Go here to take a look for yourself.
June 24, 2012
There is a great deal of critical thinking concepts that can be both convenient to use and help improve our critical thinking skills. However, some critical thinking concepts should be considered to be indispensable to being a human being because it’s a requirement of having a minimal capacity to reason and argue properly. The list of critical thinking terminology listed here are used to refer to concepts that everyone should know about—and yet many people either haven’t been informed about them or they don’t understand them properly: