Build A Dynamic Classroom Culture of Trust,

Healthy Debate,

And fearless collaboration

Arguing across diverse viewpoints is a skill and an art that can be learned.

The Challenge

Classrooms are diverse and complex communities. With diversity comes disagreement, a necessary building block of learning, of research, and of academic freedom.

Diverse worlds need disagreements.
They're how we- and our students- learn and grow.

But at the margins, extreme disagreements and students' lack of reasoning skills cause them to shut down and shy away.

Empower students with methods to explore arguments fearlessly and productively through the online course How We Argue

Systematic empathy is a step-by-step method to help participants slow down their thinking to better understand the logic and context of someone's view.

Argument mapping uncovers hidden assumptions, faulty logic, as well as points of connection.

Trusted by Educators

Since 2020, How We Argue has been tested and refined using faculty and student feedback from across the globe.

About Us

ThinkerAnalytix is an education non-profit organization spun out of the Harvard University Department of Philosophy. Why philosophy? For philosophers, disagreement is expected, even invited, to tackle seemingly impossible problems. History shows that the best learning happens through disagreement that is inquisitive, respectful, and fearless.

We leverage thousands of years of pedagogy from philosophy and custom education technology to offer a portfolio of courses and programs that teach productive disagreement as an essential part of learning and working communities.

Want to learn more?

Contact us using the chat box to the right, or email the TA team at [email protected].

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