This is a 2-book combo, which has the following titles:
Book 1: Skepticism is a philosophical movement that has been in existence for centuries. And even though some may call it old and outdated, studying this concept can bring enlightenment to the soul. Sometimes, being skeptical is erroneously connected to simply being negative. But this assumption is far from the truth.
In this guide, you will learn how the skepticism movement has evolved over the past few centuries, what it is today, how it makes complete sense and how it differs from cynicism. These things are explained in a handful of pages, but the information you can get out of this, is well worth your time.
Book 2: Skepticism has been criticized, ironically, and optimism has been glorified beyond all reason. There are sub-cults in the self-help industry that will judge anyone who questions the claims of gurus, and there are many people who are afraid to doubt the things they are told. Today, we need more skepticism in science and psychology. We need people who don’t take claims as truth when they have not been fully proven.
So, in an answer to the question: Why skepticism? I say, because it can help us think clearly, be more realistic, and have better results in life. In this guide, we will focus on just that. We will also touch on why skepticism isn’t always the same as pessimism or cynicism, and how we should rewire our brains to think more independently and intelligently.
Join these thought processes today by reading or listening to this book.