The knowledge I use as CEO can be acquired in two weeks.... The main thing a student needs to be taught is how to study and analyze things (including) history and philosophy.This suggests that studying philosophy is primarily about mastering a set of skills (know-how) rather than mastering a body of information. Do you agree? If so, what are those skills? How do they differ, if at all, from critical thinking skills?
Monday, April 2, 2012
[PL 211] Critical thinking & philosophical thinking
According to Amos Shapira, the CEO of Cellcom, a major cellphone provider in Israel: