Hold Your Horses! Critical THinking is HARD!

MountainGuerrilla

In both The Reluctant Partisan, Volume Two (in the chapter on Intelligence Analysis), and in Forging the Hero(in the chapters on building good “fortune”—hamingja—through good decision-making), I made the point that, one of the most important tools we have available is the ability to “wargame” our own positions on things. It is hard, especially with our most cherished beliefs, but we CAN play “Devil’s Advocate,” and find the chinks in our own philosophical armor, in order to figure out where we are making poor choices. That’s what I am going to do for a moment…

I was having a conversation with John Meyers (who I shall herein refer to as Meyers, because if I say “John,” or “JM,” it will get confusing as shit, really quick, even for me), who writes for ZeroGov occasionally, the other day. We were discussing an article at Patrick Henry Society website, by the…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

71 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.