1916. Mr. Hazlitt, journalist, literary critic, economist, philosopher, was one of the most brilliant public intellectuals of our century. At the age of 20, when he finally got a job at the Wall Street Journal as a stenographer, he had already finished his first book, Thinking as a Science. Contents: The Neglect of Thinking; Thinking with Method; A Few Cautions; Concentration; Prejudice and Uncertainty; Debate and Conversation; Thinking and Reading; Writing One's Thoughts; Things Worth Thinking About; Thinking as an Art; and Books on Thinking.
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