Date(s) - 03/19/2013
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Everyone wants to be considered logical and reasonable. But what exactly does it mean to be a person of “Logic and Reason,” and what skills are needed to achieve this? This PCI webinar will explore being logical from the practical and informal side, namely the ability to evaluate our discussions and arguments and, in turn, become skilled at discussing.
Being more effective in your work and in life in general requires us to be able to understand arguments logically, whether they are good or bad, so that we may be able to express our ideas effectively.
We will also dig into what not to do when arguing, and what the necessary elements are in order to have an effective and productive logical discussion.
Holly Klingler ~ Biography
Holly Klingler has a master’s degree in Philosophy from Cleveland State University and a Masters in Information Science from Kent State University. She has been teaching critical thinking and logic for over two years at Bryant and Stratton College and tutored in logic and thinking for six years. Her focus has been on the practical applications of philosophy and how the knowledge and practice of critical thinking skills can increase success in the workplace and beyond.
Registration is closed for this event.