Menno Rubingh wrote:
> > From: email@example.com
> > I am currently reading and selecting books for a reading list. I would
> > like to include a book on critical thinking, seeing through logical
> > fallacies, separating emotion, sentiment and cliches out of arguments...
> Maybe 'The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark' by Carl Sagan
> fits into your query.
May I add:
 Wolf, A., "Textbook of Logic", l938, Allen & Unwin, London
Comment: Although otherwise antiquated by an exclusive treatment of traditional Aristotelian Logic, this book contains one of the best summaries of those logical fallacies committed in conversational arguments and ordinary human discourse [Appendix J, p. 359ff].
 Curtis, C.P. & Greenslet, F., "The Practical Cogitator", l953, Cambridge, Boston
 Kosko, B., "Fuzzy Thinking", l993, Hyperion, New York
Comment: This work does not critique "fuzzy thinking" but in fact advocates it. Helps acquire perspective on the historical idols "The Law of Contradiction" and "The Law of the Excluded Middle".
 Search Engine: enter "Critical Thinking" for a compilation of online papers.
Comment: I recommend, for ease of use and effectiveness, "Google":