Want to be a better critical thinker? Questions can be a powerful way to spot false narratives and “weaponized lies.” Read more about it in this article I wrote for The Atlantic’s Quartz.com.
“How Can They Charge That? (And Other Questions).” Economics professor Robert H. Franks finds that questioning is a key tool in learning that sticks.
Guest post by Daisy Azer: “As I was reading The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, I was struck by the number of times the idea of questioning came up. Isn’t it funny how that happens in life? You start thinking about something and it pops up all over the place doesn’t it? But then again, it could just be that questioning is absolutely fundamental to better outcomes….”