CFI Blog: People Don’t Read–And Why It Matters

by | May 3, 2012 | Media Literacy, News, Skepticism | 1 comment

I recently wrote a piece on the Center for Inquiry blogs about people being unable or unwilling to read. A lot of the time people simply don’t read–and this hold implications for both skepticism and public discourse.

If you choose to, you can read it HERE. 

1 Comment

  1. Filip Graliński

    As Stanislaw Lem’s trilemma states: “These days no one ever reads anything. If they read, they don’t understand. If they read and understand – they forget immediately.”


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