This is a reasonable question often asked about the School of Thinking. Is there a hidden agenda or an underlying philosophy? The answer is: NO.

School of Thinking is science-based. It offers no particular philosophy or ideology. It offers neither liberal optimism nor conservative pessimism but, through science, the School offers the opportunity to study and attain, through rational and sustained cognitive effort, the intellectual virtue of hopeful realism.

November 17 saw the 36th anniversary of the School of Thinking which celebrated a sustained journey of science, experimentation, application and adaptation in both the education and business sectors disseminating over half a billion lessons since 1979.

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3 thoughts on “What is the philosophy of the School of Thinking?

  1. I see my brain differently now. I see it with a future of more skilled learning and no crystal ball here. 🙂

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