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How do you guys read your books?

  1. Jun 2, 2018 #1
    I'm currently reading: introducing philosophy, God, mind, world and logic. It has a picture of what looks like an entanglement on the cover and I know I have to be mindful of the way the words and arguments are presented as to not fall into a faulty reasoning mode of thought, I mean I still need some randomness if you understand what I'm saying. So opinions, ideas, thoughts on this?
     
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  3. Jun 2, 2018 #2

    Borek

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    Watch your punctuation. "Introducing philosophy, God, mind, world and logic" looks like a disaster waiting to happen, as these are incompatible topics, "Introducing philosophy: God, mind, world and logic" makes it much more palatable.
     
  4. Jun 3, 2018 #3
    That book isn't right anyway.
     
  5. Jun 8, 2018 #4
    I read textbooks differently than other books for the most part. That's the main difference.
     
  6. Jun 14, 2018 #5
    I am currently into design thinking, and my latest highlight is a book written by Tom and David Kelley called Creative Confidence. It's really well-written, and leaves me with positive feeling after I end another chapter. I look forward to taking a course on d.school.
     
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