Playing Columbo
Critical thinking Challenges

A friend of the CADRE, the Dawn Treader, has been posting some interesting encounters with skeptics and asking his readers to determine what, if any, questions could be asked to expose the intellectual poverty of the skeptic's underlying world view. In essense, he is asking you to play Columbo (based on Stand to Reason's label for the art of asking incisive questions). It really is worth the time to take a look:


Enjoy some critical thinking.

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