Thinking in Daily Life Category Post

Reasoning with math and science in daily lifeI’ve always been interested in how our thinking affects our daily life. I suppose that’s not surprising; I’ve been in Mensa since 1973 and that organization revolves about intelligence.

My interest in thinking in daily life fall mainly in four areas: mental perspective, examination of actions, learning, and how we got mentally to thinking how we do.

Mental Perspective

I am not religious, although I believe in things beyond our understandings. I’m a Deist, if anything. Superstitions and Conspiracy Theories. Techniques

Social Contract and the American Dream

Behavioral Choices

The use of logic and scientific beliefs are applied to natural occurrences.


Personal and academic. The ways we acquire and use knowledge.


Commonality across humanity. How we got to where we are.

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