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It was written very simply and easy to understand.
Lots of information (too much) on vaccines but very little discussion on the actual denialism of vaccines and how that effects people, our society and our world.
The purpose of this book is to remind the reader how important critical thinking and evidence based reasoning are, I couldn't agree more.
This book does a pretty good job of debunking fear-mongers, but regularly resorts to an all-or-nothing attitude, and pulls up straw-man arguments.Published 1 month ago by Christopher Eliot
This is an excellent book showing just how so much of our lack of critical thinking allows our emotions to run amok. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick L. Sheppard
Anyone interested in subjects like climate change, genetically modified views and vaccines, who participates in Internet forums and reads comments that follow online news stories,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew King
Why would anyone read anything written by Michael Spector who works for corporate-controlled media? Wake up people this guy is a fraud.Published 3 months ago by Caroline Y
I wasn't impressed with this book and here's why: as the book is titled Denialism: how irrational thinking hinders scientific progress, harms the planet, and threatens our lives;... Read morePublished 4 months ago by L M V
I could tell from the poor writing style that the book was going to be iffy. As the content took on a bit of clarity I realized that the author himself was in denialism! Read morePublished 6 months ago by --
Specter sounds like he copied his title from my term, "Doctors in Denial. Read more
I recommed this book to add to ones collection of critical thinking literature. It won't change the way the rest of the critical thinking challenged people in the world think, but... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Terry M.
Good brief overview of some of the history and background surrounding todays "controversial" topics. Read morePublished 8 months ago by kelly george