New York Times Warns AGAINST Critical Thinking: Says It’s “Snobbish,” “30-Seconds” of Evaluation Preferable, Let Wikipedia Do Your Thinking for You, Less Info is Better

New York Times Warns AGAINST Critical Thinking: Says It’s “Snobbish,” “30-Seconds” of Evaluation Preferable, Let Wikipedia Do Your Thinking for You, Less Info is Better


One way to make people ignorant of truth and history is to first convince them that hard research into such matters is superfluous.  If you can erect institutions to rewrite history and data in order to redefine what real truth is and then force-feed it to people as source material, all the better.

Enter Michael Caulfield and the New York Times.

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Michael Caulfield is a professor at Washington University.  He is not just a teacher, he is the Director of Blended and Networked Learning.  What is Blended and Networked learning?  We don’t know either, but will let Michael define his beliefs for you that he teaches as objective facts:

“…the way we’re taught from a young age to evaluate and think critically about information is fundamentally flawed and out of step with the chaos of the current internet.”

So, because their are weaknesses in human Biology with respect to Western critical thinking paradigms, Michael Caulfield suggests tearing down

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