Category talk:Clear Thinking

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Foundations[edit source]

This curriculum is founded on the following principles:

  • Facts exist,
  • Facts can be determined, and
  • Decisions based on facts are superior to decisions based on falsehoods.

In addition, reliable epistemologies—ways of knowing—converge toward a consistent, coherent, and comprehensive representation of the one universe we all live in. This principle is known as consilience.

The curriculum can be strengthened by establishing the soundness of these principles in ways that are especially persuasive to students who may doubt or reject these principles. --Lbeaumont (discusscontribs) 21:48, 16 December 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]