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"It is a capital mistake to theorize before you have
all the evidence. It biases the judgement." Sherlock Holmes




Free Think University offers multi-media courses about The Great Ideas that shape our culture. Based on inquiries from our students, we curate a collection of some of the best content from some of the world’s leading thinkers, creating a forum for the age-old contest of ideas. A pioneer in the “learn-to-earn” movement, Free Think U rewards students with scholarships for college and other life experiences.




18 March Wednesday Discussion Washington, DC 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

FTU Course: Is Wisdom Attainable?

Sat, Apr 25, 2015

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The wisdom tradition recognizes wise and unwise choices, and claims that knowing the difference is important. Do you prize wisdom? Sign in to the class here to learn more about this course experience, which is free for students and will qualify them to participate in America’s fastest-growing college [...]

Memo to Military: Lowering Standards is Not Equality

Fri, Apr 24, 2015

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By Chad Groening | A national defense analyst says there's no need to place women into direct combat units just to bow to political correctness.  "Men and women aren't the same. They are different," says Bob Maginnis, a senior fellow for national security at the Family Research Council.  The Obama [...]

From Sticks and Stones to Microaggression?

Wed, Apr 22, 2015

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By Eric Metaxas | Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: I just flew in from London and, boy, are my arms tired.  Of course, you couldn’t stop me, so I told a bad joke. But it seems I may have done more than offend against humor—I may have committed a “microaggression.”  If you’ve never heard the term [...]
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Rob
Founders Circle Member
“Free Think University is great in that each course bolsters critical thinking, and in the end, as a student, I am able to take a stance based on my own decision.”
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Brittney
Florida State University
“Free Think University has the potential to be . . . a Khan Academy for the Big Questions that students are asking, shaping the way we view the world and our ability to impact it. Free Think U can be that, and I’m excited to be a part of it.”
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Jon
Harvard University
“The name Free Think University is self-explanatory – it’s a place where you can think for yourself. This approach to learning promotes critical, creative thinking. It’s about open and informed and civil expression of ideas – sometimes with people who disagree with you. Where else is that happening in my generation?”
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Jonathan
Appalchian State University
“Students are rarely encouraged to think carefully about issues from outside of a politically correct viewpoint. I appreciate how Free Think U is doing a great job of challenging that system.”
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Hannah
Scholarship Winner
“As a leader in the financial services industry, I see too many people spend too much on higher education – without a strategic commitment to make sure that the students they are sponsoring are thinking critically about life’s most important questions. That’s why I’m a founding member of Free Think University.”
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Tim
Founders Circle Member
“Free Think U is doing a remarkable job of providing students with course experiences that are both pertinent to current events and to the bigger questions in life. It provides a perfect blend of topics that will keep a student engaged in the issues of today’s world.”
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Samuel
Valparaiso University
“I like Free Think U because they provide courses that lay out the 'non-PC' position and fairly contrast it with the other side.”
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Will
High School Senior
“Free Think U has great potential to revitalize the entire education system because it creates a learning environment where students are required to think for themselves. The effects of training students to think well is that they will be able to engage the world as an individual thinker, rather than as a parrot.”
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Leah
Grove City College