1. The art of clear thinking
the writer: Rolf Dubli
Translators (suggested by users): Adel Ferdowsipour, Behzad Tavakoli and Ali Shahrooz
Publications (suggested by users): Fountain
number of pages: 333
In The Art of Clear Thinking, Rolf Dubli teaches us how to critique our thinking. We sometimes get caught up in thoughts and dreams that have no necessity and whose only effect is a waste of time. However, we can not control these thoughts well, because we do not know them well enough. The art of clear thinking reminds us of this. It actually shows us how to identify misconceptions and put them aside. This way of identifying misconceptions is a form of critique and evaluation of our own thoughts.
Therefore, the book The Art of Clear Thinking has been selected as one of the practical books in the field of cultivating critical thinking.
۲. Rules of Debate, a book for fostering critical thinking
the writer: Anthony Weston
Translator (user suggestion): Nasrullah Moradiani
Publications (suggested by users): Drops
number of pages: 132
Arguing with friends and relatives is a frequent occurrence. It may happen to you that at the end of such conversations, the parties are upset with each other or the shape of the relationship has changed. In fact, arguing is necessary and attractive for the correct formation of our important decisions in life, but this debate requires principles and rules. If we know these principles, we can move the debate forward better and prevent unpleasant feelings. Proper discussion is possible with the skill of “correct criticism”, so the book “Rules of Debate” is one of the books of choice in today’s article.
The book “Rules of Debate” shows the right way to formulate criticism as well as the practice of listening and accepting criticism with concrete and interesting examples and is undoubtedly a book for cultivating criticism.
3. Fast and slow thinking
the writer: Daniel Kahneman
Translator (user suggestion): Razavi song
Publications (suggested by users): هورمزد
number of pages: 604
It may have happened to you that you made a mistake in your judgments. We usually have confidence in ourselves when we are arguing or judging someone. But are we always right? There is no possibility of error or bias? How should we recognize these mistakes and prevent them from happening? How should we evaluate our thoughts before expressing them?
The book “Fast and Slow Thinking” has been written to answer such questions. So if you want to learn more about self-assessment of your decisions and opinions, we suggest you read it.
4. Decision; 50 templates for strategic thinking
writers: Roman Chappler, Michael Krogerus
Translator (user suggestion): Mary Taqdisi
Publications (suggested by users): the Phoenix
number of pages: 173
“Our failures are not because of our failures, but because of differences in which we do not participate.” This sentence is one of the conceptual and influential sentences of the book “Decision”. Indeed, a large part of our relationship problems go back to this: the inability to participate in discussions and not try to resolve differences.
The authors of the book “Decision” have written the book based on mutual understanding:
- How do we understand ourselves?
- How do we understand others?
- How to criticize?
- How to be liquid?
If you want to make better decisions than before, and when your loved ones ask you for advice, be a good advisor to them, we recommend reading this book to cultivate critical thinking.
5. How to think about strange things
writers: Theodore Chic, Louis Van
Translator (user suggestion): Ramin Rambod
Publications (suggested by users): Maziar
number of pages: 405
Our world has mysterious events and realities that cannot be easily understood. Sometimes we are afraid to talk about why they are, and sometimes we are afraid to explore a mysterious concept alone. The book “How to Think Strange” teaches us How The most confusing beliefs about supernatural and mysterious phenomena Let’s check correctly.
If you like to apply critical thinking to the mysterious events of the world around us, we suggest you read this fascinating book.
6. Five pillars of effective thinking
writers: Edward Berger, Michael Starbird
Translator (user suggestion): Mohammad Ali Jafari
Publications (suggested by users): the Phoenix
number of pages: 134
We all have the power of thinking. We can all think and decide in the best way possible, but this does not always happen. Sometimes our mistakes become so great that we doubt our own abilities. The fact is that the right thinking can be learned. The book “Five Pillars of Effective Thinking” is written with the goal of being able to think about life issues on a specific standard and to decide that our creativity is not limited.
If you want to minimize decision-making mistakes, the book “Five Pillars of Effective Thinking” is for you.
7. Intelligent Thinking, a book to cultivate critical thinking
the writer: Mike Cult
Translators (suggested by users): Mohammad Mehdi Mahmoudi, Mohammad Saber Morshed
Publications (suggested by users): Imam Sadegh University
number of pages: 274
The book “Intelligent Thinking” is written with the aim of increasing the quality of individual thinking. To cultivate critical thinking, this book teaches the audience the methods of maintaining creativity along with cultivating critical thinking. In fact, by reading this book, we come to believe that we need to think better to make better decisions, and that better thinking requires criticism and creativity.
If you want to be critical and creative, and also to recognize and accept these two concepts in those around you, put the book “Intelligent Thinking” in the list of books that you should read.
the writer: January. کیو. McCainerney
Translator (user suggestion): Rahim Kooshesh
Publications (suggested by users): Green
number of pages: 151
Logic is both science and art. The book “Rationality” teaches the audience the combination of the two; How to think brighter and why? How can we accept the thoughts of others and the truth calmly?
If you feel that your tolerance for listening to others calmly is low and you can not easily accept the truth, read the book “Rationality”.
9. Your deceptive mind
the writer: Steven Novella
Translators (suggested by users): Akbar Soltani, Maryam Aghazadeh
Publications (suggested by users): Akhtaran
number of pages: 300
Why do we need to be critical? Why should we not follow the original version of our thoughts directly? Why does our mind seek to deceive us? The book The Deceptive Mind answers these questions, as well as how:
- Make progress in daily life with critical thinking?
- Improve the quality of our decisions?
- Cope with the critical thinking of others?
If the answers to these questions are interesting and important to you, read this book.
10. Armed Lies, a book to cultivate critical thinking
the writer: Daniel J. لویتین
Translator (user suggestion): Ibrahim Rahnama
Publications (suggested by users): backpack
number of pages: 320
“Armed lies” guide the audience to come to the truth, to know better the most important events in the world, to think about them with correct and logical arguments, and to comment if necessary.
This book has an eloquent expression, immerses the audience in itself, and answers many fundamental questions of the mind; It teaches us how to critique and further emphasizes the value of critical thinking.
In this article, we introduce you to books in the field of critical thinking. Which of the following books have you read? What do you think about it? What other books do you think are missing from our list? Please share your opinion with us in the “Post a Comment” section. It will definitely be valuable for us.