Straight and Crooked Thinking

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Sun, Apr 11th, 2010 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

Unspun, from the The Unspun Blog, says:

Many bloggers and commentators in blogs often face the frustration of adversaries who employ dishonest arguments when presenting their case. Some do it because they are unskillful in arguing their case, others do it because they are crooked thinkers.

And so, in a modest attempt to contribute to better blogging and better quality conversations in blogs, Unspun is reaching back to the past to recall lessons learned from a wonderful book called Straight and Crooked Thinking by Robert H. Thouless.

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