Sep 25, 2017
This course has been incredible and more than anything because of the energy put by the instructors, I truly thank you for helping the world to become a better place to live.\n\nfrom Colombia, Luis.
May 30, 2017
This course will be immensely helpful in structuring my thoughts in a logical and manner by addressing pertinent material and avoiding fallacy traps. Thank you so much!!!
by Waleed M S•
Sep 02, 2016
Apr 24, 2020
I deepened my understanding of arguments by studying Think Again IV.
While Think Again I~III focused on good arguments, this course taught bad arguments. We learned how to criticize an argument by recognizing fallacies and refutation. The professor not only presented good examples of bad arguments, but also explained when we can encounter those bad arguments, which I enjoyed. Partially because my native language is not English, I had some challenges on the semantic and syntactic ambiguity.
Overall, I learned a lot about arguments by completing the entire series. I would like to thank the professors for creating this course!
by Yu L•
May 28, 2020
Very interesting course with great lecturers and great examples. I do wish there were more real life/ everyday examples to help me understand the difference between different fallacies/arguments in real life but overall this has still made me notice how some arguments are a fallacy and how I could refute them
by Amr M•
Aug 22, 2016
The course is great, but i think it should include more problems or quizzes to apply what is learned in the lectures.
by Luis E V C•
Mar 23, 2018
It might benefit from a wider variety of more thorough examples.
by Ana P B•
Apr 30, 2018
some of the videos were confusing fro english speakers
by Dorothy H•
Aug 28, 2016
Useful information for anyone who talks or writes.
by Mark J R•
Oct 03, 2017
Very well explained and discussed.
by Doug M•
Dec 23, 2017
I found a few technical errors that were confusing. The quiz on counterexamples appe
by Jane C•
Jun 19, 2020
lack of examples for bad arguments of particular type after saying we're going to look at some examples, as if parts of the course are missing. Quiz on material not covered.