Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships Topics for Discussion

Daniel Goleman
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Who is Daniel Goleman? What expertise does he bring to the field of neuroscience? What point is he trying to make in this book? How does he go about trying to make this point? In your view, does he state his case effectively throughout the book? Were any of his presentation methods more helpful than others? How so? What arguments could you raise about his methods of coming to these findings?

How does Goleman define social intelligence? How was it previously defined? What was the problem with this definition? What role does social intelligence play in our lives? Why does Goleman believe social intelligence is so critical? How does he make this point throughout the book? Is there a more effective way he could have made this point? Can you think of a counterargument against his view on social intelligence?

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