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  1. Robert Todd Carroll (May 18, 1945 – August 25, 2016) was an American author, philosopher and academic, best known for The Skeptic's Dictionary. He described himself as a naturalist, an atheist, a materialist, a metaphysical libertarian, and a positivist. In 2010 he was elected a fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.

  2. Robert Todd Carroll (Joliet, 18 de maio de 1945 – Davis, 25 de agosto de 2016) foi um escritor e acadêmico estadunidense. Autor de vários livros e ensaios sobre ceticismo científico , dentre eles o The Skeptic's Dictionary , que recebe mais de 400 mil visitas por mês.

    • Robert Todd Carroll
  3. After a two-year battle against pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer, Robert Todd Carroll passed away on August 25th, 2016 at the age of 71. Friend and colleague Susan Gerbic, co-founder of the Monterey County Skeptics, has written about Bob’s passing for the Skeptical Inquirer in “Skeptical Community Mourns the Loss of Robert Todd Carroll.”

  4. The Skeptic's Dictionary is a collection of cross-referenced skeptical essays by Robert Todd Carroll, published on his website skepdic.com and in a printed book. The skepdic.com site was launched in 1994 and the book was published in 2003 with nearly 400 entries. As of January 2011 the website has over 700 entries.

    • Robert Todd Carroll
    • United States
    • 2003
    • English
  5. View All. The Skeptic's Dictionary features definitions, arguments, and essays on hundreds of strange beliefs, amusing deceptions, and dangerous delusions. It also features dozens of entries on logical fallacies, cognitive biases, perception, science, and philosophy. Also posted are over 20 years of reader comments.

  6. Robert Todd Carroll is the author of The Skeptic's Dictionary (4.02 avg rating, 582 ratings, 14 reviews, published 2003), The Critical Thinker's Dictiona...

  7. Robert Todd Carroll (Joliet, 18 de maio de 1945 – Davis, 25 de agosto de 2016) foi um escritor e acadêmico estadunidense. Autor de vários livros e ensaios sobre ceticismo científico, dentre eles o The Skeptic's Dictionary, que recebe mais de 400 mil visitas por mês. [1]