Critical Thinking Toolkit: Don’t be a “Mere Skeptic”

This is the last of the initial series of discussions I am putting forward about evaluating premises in an argument – or more colloquially, evaluating anything that somebody tells you is true. We’ve gone through a variety of nuances so far – about properly evaluating probabilities, when people do and do not need to justifyContinue reading “Critical Thinking Toolkit: Don’t be a “Mere Skeptic””

Some Thoughts on Mental Health

One of my closest friends, on hearing I was going to start doing some writing, brought me the following questions she was curious to hear me address: Have you felt that math and the thought processes that you use to solve math problems have aided you in better understanding your mental health? Or made itContinue reading “Some Thoughts on Mental Health”