Training "Broad Perspective" and "Deep Thinking" at Once with Case Problems
This is the latest book by the University of Tokyo Case Study Group, the authors of the "Todai (the University of Tokyo) Notebook" series.
The series has sold more than 350,000 copies in Japan and has been translated into China, Korea, and Taiwan.
The "legendary lecture" that has never been published before is now available in book form!
The book systematizes the thinking method to solve problems with no answers by "broad perspective" and "deep consideration" and its training method.
The book systematizes the thinking method and its training method for solving problems with a "broad perspective" and "deep thinking."
Through carefully selected case problems, anyone can become a master of logical thinking!
Solve your questions about logical thinking at once!
- What are the objective criteria that separate logical thinking from non-logical thinking?
- How can we determine that we have thought deeply enough?
- How can we judge whether we have thought broadly enough?
With the "3 Steps," anyone can learn to think broadly, deeply, and logically!