Monday, September 09, 2013

Innovación docente y aprendizaje jurídico. Teoría de la Argumentación



One of the best ways to improve your thinking is to study the common errors and pitfalls in reasoning. Learning about logical fallacies, or what makes an argument bad, is an essential element to becoming a more careful thinker. There are many resources for learning logic, and here's another great one:

An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments

And it's free to read and absorb online.



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An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments
Creative and art direction: Ali Almossawi
Illustration: Alejandro Giraldo



An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments is a project aimed at teaching newcomers to the field of critical thinking, particularly younger ones, the importance of logical reasoning using a novel approach. It covers a small set of common errors in reasoning that visualizes them using memorable illustrations that are supplemented with lots of examples. The illustrations are partly inspired by allegories such as Orwell's Animal Farm and partly by the humorous nonsense of works such as Lewis Carroll's stories and poems.
http://almossawi.com/bookofbadarguments.html

An Illustrated book of Bad Arguments
Cartooning, Character Design, Illustration

Alejandro Giraldo
Medellin, Colombia


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• An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments is a project aimed at teaching newcomers to the field of critical thinking, particularly younger ones, the importance of logical reasoning using a novel approach. It covers a small set of common errors in reasoning that visualizes them using memorable illustrations that are supplemented with lots of examples. The illustrations are partly inspired by allegories such as Orwell's Animal Farm and partly by the humorous nonsense of works such as Lewis Carroll's stories and poems.
See the full book here: www.bookofbadarguments.com

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Art Direction: Ali Almossawi
Illustrations: Alejandro Giraldo


“A wonderfully digestible summary of the pitfalls and techniques of argumentation. I can't think of a better way to be taught or re-introduced to these fundamental notions of logical discourse. A delightful little book.”

—Aaron Koblin, Creative Director of the

Data Arts team at Google

http://www.behance.net/gallery/An-Illustrated-book-of-Bad-Arguments/9347371

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