WHAT IS SKEPTICISM AND WHEN IS IT GOOD OR BAD TO BE SKEPTICAL?
“A skeptic is a doubter. A cynic is a disbeliever “(even when there is evidence to the contrary).
Why do some people spell the word with a ‘k’ or a “c”?
Why are some people skeptics and what are they usually skeptical of?
What are the reasons why nurturing a healthy skepticism can be good for you. Is being a skeptic good for you?
How does being a skeptic affect our views of life and attitudes towards our religious and other beliefs
This zoom program will be led by Jeffrey (Jeff) Spieler, PHD, a retired Science Advisor in Population and Reproductive health at USAID Technology and Utilization Division. He has more than four decades of international experience in contraceptive research and development, family planning, and reproductive and maternal health, HIV and cervical cancer prevention, including three decades of scientific leadership experience at USAID, and as a Scientist in the Special Programme of Research, Development, and Research Training in Human Reproduction at the World Health Organization, Geneva, where he spent 11 years. Jeffrey began his career doing research at a pharmaceutical company in New York.
After an introduction to the topic Jeff will invite you to weigh in on your thoughts and ideas.
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