Thinking as a Science

Written by:
Henry Hazlitt
Narrated by:
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2016
4 hours 37 minutes
Written in a conversational style that will appeal to the younger person as well as seasoned professional, "Thinking as a Science" is timeless classic. Through eleven chapters, the last being a descriptive, annotated bibliography, Henry Hazlitt systematically takes the step-by-step on the process of introducing logic and context into the thinking process. The rather long chapter on "Reading and Thinking" clarifies several notions on where one needs to understand where mere knowledge acquisition ends and using reading the stimulate thinking begins. For an individual who was largely self taught, Hazlitt's contribution to the process of thinking is a must-read.(Summary by Chiquito Crasto)
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Marten (Rudy) Winn

Definitely a younger readers book.

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Jason W.

Chiki De Crato (sp?) Sir you did a sublime job of narrating this title! It is much appreciated. The pace of the reading and tone are perfect for technical subjects, the delivery was like and also equal to that of professional narrators of audio books I have purchased and listened to again and again. In this title also, not only is the content great, and useful to analytic minds like myself, but narrators like Chiki are in the class of speakers who are preferred, for their voice, evident comprehension of subject matter, and bringing this title to life as if infused with very author's own passion for the content. Bravo! I would like very much to find more titles narrated by Chiki to

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