The Thinker's Way by John Chaffee
8 Steps to a Richer Life

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It is never too late to be what you might have been" -- George Eliot

The Thinker's Way is a book for anyone seeking a sense of meaning and purpose in life. John Chaffee's message is that we can all shape our lives into what we want them to be. We can all learn to think critically, live creatively, and choose freely. We can learn to focus in a confusing world of information overload, hyperstimulation, and instant gratification. Changing our thinking changes our relationship to ourselves and others. Thinking critically involves reflecting on the thinking process itself, enabling us to understand our own mind. As our thinking becomes clearer, our actions will become increasingly thoughtful, creative, and effective. Every area of our lives will be transformed, from our problem-solving skills, to our moral universe, to relationships with our family, friends, and coworkers. John Chaffee has written a book that will change the way we see the world, and show how each of us can achieve our full potential at work, in love, in life.

 

About John Chaffee

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John Chaffee is a professor of Philosophy at LaGuardia Community College where he established an interdisciplinary program in Critical Thinking that involves 30 faculty and 1,800 students annually. He has authored many professional articles and conducted numerous conference presentations and workshops throughout the country. His textbook, Thinking Critically, 6th, (HMCo) remains one of the best-selling books of its kind. He has also written The Thinker's Guide to College Success, 2nd, (HMCo) and the trade book The Thinker's Way (Little, Brown). Most recently, he has created an online community for sharing ideas (www.thinkingworld.com).
 
Published January 1, 1998 by Little Brown Company. 420 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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Beginning with the provocative assertion that we have become a society of non-thinkers, Chaffee sets out to replicate for a trade audience the academic course in critical thinking he created for t

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