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by Maria Popova A field guide to the art and science of the solid argument. Australian outfit Bridge 8 , who have the admirable mission of devising “creative strategies for science and society,” and animator James Hutson have created six fantastic two-minute animations on various aspects of critical thinking, aimed at school ages 8 to 10, or kids between the ages of 13 and 15, but also designed to resonate with grown-ups. Inspired by the animation style of the 1950s, most recognizably Saul Bass , the films are designed to promote a set of educational resources on critical thinking by TechNYou , an emerging technologies public information project funded by the Australian government. The animations — which are part Minute Physics , part The Dot and the Line , part 60-Second Adventures in Thought — are released under a Creative Commons license and cover the basics of logic and the scientific method, as well as specific psychological pitfalls like confirmation bias and Gambler’s Fallacy.
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