Critical thinking is a skill that involves memory improvement in many aspects.
It also requires the practice of long form discussion to improve your attention span.
Because long form discussion is the single most powerful of all the critical thinking exercises.
Thanks to William Gordon of http://williamgordon.com.au/ for suggesting this discussion and holding it.
In addition to “the fist” memory technique, we talk about:
Joe Rogan and News Radio
Dave Foley and Kids in the Hall
Lorne Michaels and Saturday Night Live
The Simultaneous Sip
Friedrich Nietzsche and The Gay Science, Beyond Good And Evil, Also Sprach Zarathustra
Michel Foucault and What is an Author?
Sam Harris and Waking Up
Jordan Peterson on the Waking Up Podcast
Gary Weber and Happiness Beyond Thought, Evolving Beyond Thought
James Swartz and The Essence of Enlightenment, The Fire of Self-Knowledge (Atma Bodha)
David Hume (not Edmund Burke)
The Ugly Sister Effect
Advaita Vedanta and self-inquiry as the ultimate tool of critical thinking
And of course, you can use memory techniques while practicing the art of critical thinking. One of the goals of this new playlist is to simply demonstrate searching through memory out loud while engaged in critical thought.
For next time, we’re both going to read this article to pick up during our next discussion:
Please read it too if you want to join us in the comments on the next critical thinking video.
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