Apply your intellect to the exercises found in this unique text. The problems in science, history, political science, linguistics, mathematics, social theory, and philosophy are designed for readers who are able to look beyond the seemingly obvious for answers. Although this text is applicable to a wide-ranging readership, one suggested application would be in the sphere of higher education, where it could be used to help students develop lateral thinking skills. The text also provides suggested research topics to further advance these skills. All readers will improve their creativity and gain a broader, more enriched world view.
Gerald Kehr is a life-long learner who is retired from the U.S. Department of Education. He also served as a professor in higher education. His first master's degree is in Speech Communication, his second in Political Science, and his doctorate is in Education. He lives in Breezy Point, Minnesota with his wife Heather and their rescued greyhound Bonny Belle.