Logic, Fallacies, and the Trivium: Jan Irvin interviewed by Tony Myers

Production Date: 2011

Produced by: Richard Grove

Directed by: Richard Grove

Featuring: Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media and Tony Myers of the Tragedy and Hope community

Runtime: 1 1/2 hours (1-DVD or 1-Blu Ray Disc in 1080p HD)

Summary:  “I had written a presentation titled “How to Free Your Mind”, based on the use of the Trivium Method of critical thinking and creative problem solving; this was to be presented at the “Free Your Mind” Conference, in a lecture given by Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media. I published “How to Free Your Mind” as Peace Revolution episode 023, with transcript here; in an attempt to proliferate the ideas of Cognitive Liberty. The day after presenting the lecture, retitled “The Trivium Meme”, Jan visited our production headquarters here in CT; we seized the opportunity to have Tony Myers interview Jan, inquiring further into the nature of Logic, how to identify Fallacies, and how to use the Trivium method to think clearly and communicate cogently. The result, is the interview: Logic, Fallacies, and the Trivium / Jan Irvin interviewed by Tony Myers, which can also be screened on this link via YouTube.” – Richard Grove

This interview also includes solutions, documents, and references; asking only that you consider the information – THINK FOR YOURSELF – and communicate with others in order to share a higher-level of awareness, thus protecting ourselves from financial predators. This presentation is offered as a public service of the subscribers of the Tragedy and Hope online community, which is an international research and study group, composed of individuals who have screened our productions, and seek to take the next-steps in enacting strategic solutions.

Purchase: This is a 1 1/2 hour presentation on 1-DVD or 1-Blu Ray in full 1080p HD, and is available by selecting which version you’d like, and clicking on the PayPal button below.

Viewing Options: Click the play button on the video embedded below, or click the following link to view the YouTube playlist of this video.

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