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Why Critical Thinking?


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The Elements of Thought

Point of View

Purpose

Implication
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Question at issue

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Egocentric Thinking

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Clarity

Accuracy

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Precision

Relevance

Depth

Breadth

Logic

Significance

Fairness

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Criteria for Evaluating Reasoning

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Intellectual Autonomy

Intellectual Empathy

Intellectual Integrity

Intellectual Humility

Intellectual
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Intellectual Courage

Fairmindedness

Confidence in Reason

Intellectual Perseverance

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Essential Intellectual Traits


Intellectual Humility VS Intellectual Arrogance

Intellectual Courage

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Intellectual Autonomy VS Intellectual


Conformity

Intellectual Integrity VS Intellectual Hypocrisy

Intellectual Perseverance VS

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Confidence in Reason VS Distrust of


Reason, Evidence

Fairmindedness VS

Intellectual Unfairness

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Three Kinds of Questions

one system

no system

multi system

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A Template for Problem-Solving


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