Critical Thinking Watch: Sybil Exposed

I haven’t read Debbie Nathan’s Sybil Exposed yet, but it certainly looks promising as an exercise in critical thinking and reflection.

Here’s the author talking about her new book:

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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1 Response to Critical Thinking Watch: Sybil Exposed

  1. Paradigm says:

    For some reason this idea appeals to our fantasy even though there isn’t any substance to it. I hate movies about it because they blur the line between psychological realism and premise. I can easily accept vampires as a premise but not a made up psychiatric condition that they claim is true.

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