My new book for FREE download. I am in the top 0.5% for downloads at Academic.edu and belong to a group of academics offering our work for FREE as publishers charge too much for books.https://www.academia.edu/31251026/_Meta-Philosophy_Philosophers_and_their_lack_of_Meta-Cognition(Meta-Philosophy) Philosophers and their lack of Meta-cognitionPhilosopher think about your own thinkingABSTRACTI explore the meta-cognitive nature, tools, self-reflection of philosophers and in so doing present the Socratic Method, Critical Thinking, Cognitive Bias/es and Fallacies. The first do are dealt with in the text, lists of types of the last two are found in the Appendix, as well as a number of diagrams and data the reader must try to look at and digest in his/her own way.Buster Benson sums up causes of or reasons for cognitive bias as: too much information (data bombardment), not enough meaning (making sense), constraint by time and information (time and data limitations) and what to remember (selective memory) - my words in (brackets). https://betterhumans.coach.me/cognitive-bias-cheat-sheet-55a472476b18#.ah90rpmw3Everyone, including philosophers have cognitive survival techniques to cope with these things and consequently developed individual coping mechanisms (for example crutch ideas: mine are meta-philosophy, -cognition, multiverse and intersubjectivity – or reflecting on everything and how I do this in a multiverse by means of intersubjective tools). How do and did philosophers cope and what are their individual cognitive biases, of which they usually are unaware (thus showing a lack of meta-cognition and limited self-reflection)? What are the consequences of this for the socio-cultural practice, discipline and discourse of philosophy and the doing of philosophy or philosophizing?