Critical Thinking

  • 22 April 2020
  • London
  • Seminar
  • 100 PLACE(S) AVAILABLE
Event Details
One of the most dangerous phrases is “evidence shows that …”, because you can almost always find evidence to support any viewpoint.  Experts are similarly untrusted, because they may have motives other than the truth. These problems are particularly severe in the digital age where we are bombarded with data and supposed expert opinions.  This talk will explain how to discern what and who to trust, how to know whether evidence is causation or just a correlation, and how to overcome the temptation to accept views that we agree with.
Venue & Schedule

Venue

Museum of London

Schedule

6pm-7pm

Booking
To register for this event, please follow the link here.