Tom Chatfield is a writer, pianist, workaholic and senior editor on Prospect magazine. He is also an expert on electronic games technology and his book Fun Inc dispels preconceived ideas about computer game-playing.
Interviews with Tom Chatfield
Computer games aren’t just for teenage boys locked in their bedrooms says author and former Prospect senior editor Tom Chatfield – they are vital tools for social development. Here he selects five of the best books on the theory behind games, and the culture that grows up around them.
Interviews where books by Tom Chatfield were recommended
Calling Bullshit: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World
by Carl Bergstrom & Jevin West
Thinking, Fast and Slow
by Daniel Kahneman
Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About The World — And Why Things Are Better Than You Think
by Hans Rosling
Black Box Thinking: The Surprising Truth About Success
by Matthew Syed
The Art of Thinking Clearly
by Rolf Dobelli
Critical Thinking: Your Guide to Effective Argument, Successful Analysis and Independent Study
by Tom Chatfield
Do you know your straw man arguments from your weasel words? Nigel Warburton, Five Books philosophy editor and author of Thinking from A to Z, selects some of the best books on critical thinking—and explains how they will help us make better informed decisions and construct more valid arguments.