The Thinking Book
Based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard
How do you sort through a volume of confusing and conflicting data to arrive at truth. Trying to state what is truth has proved difficult so Hubbard took a different approach and developed a system of data analysis to spot illogical or false statements. This is called the Data Series we offer the original writing as well as this picture book.
From the publisher:
- How do you get answers that help you sort things out in life?
- How do you make things logical and sound?
- This well-illustrated book opens the door to a new way to see things clearly and logically!
The 380-page book teaches the elements of logic and illogic as applied to thinking and acting. It covers what sanity really is and the way things can be logical and illogical. Students learn how to analyze confusing situations and pinpoint the exact illogics causing the problems. The book can stand alone or be done as a course with a study guide and examination. There are two levels of study guide, The Thinking Book (Beginning Version) course, for 10-11-year-olds, which takes the student partway through the book, and the regular version The Thinking Book course for 12 and up, which takes the student through the entire book. The courses give the student the opportunity to practice applying the concepts he is learning to situations around him, spotting the illogics in activities and sorting them out.
Age range: 10-12 years
Book length: 380 pages
From a reader: I got the book and read it. I cleared up a wrong definition I had, straightened a lot of things out in my head, and with a relationship with an executive here. I look forward to going over this book with my son. S.N.