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  1. Can’t wait, I Leonard’s webinars and lectures. One question though, you have the date as Wednesday, February 20; Wednesday is the 22. Is the webinar on Monday the 20, Wednesday the 22, or Wednesday, March 22?

    Thanks,
    Sue

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  2. Hi Leonard,
    I filled out the information to receive an invitation to the Compendium of Thinking Skills. I have not received any information/invitation. Should I have gotten something?
    Thanks.

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  3. The “compendium of thinking skills” is great. Is there a video of webinar – I am not quite a year late in running across this?

    One comment: To the set of two base reasoning modalities, inducing and deducing, you might add a third – “abducting”. Abductive reasoning (see for starters https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abductive_reasoning) is much more pervasive in many ways than the other two, and much more of a innate human capaiblity. Abduction can also be seen as one of the major ways that science progresses. In a thin capsule that does not do it justic, abduction is undertaken when you have a number of explanatory hypothesis to explain something in the world, and a number of data points that relate to watching this “something in the world”. The mental activity is to determine which hypothesis best explains the data.

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