Critical Thinking: The Importance Of Critical Thinking

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Register to read the introduction… Faulty information leads to poor analysis, decisions, and conclusions. Asking relevant questions often leads to uncovering relevant information. Not only do you need to find relevant information, but you also need to figure out how much information is enough. In closing Critical thinking itself is based on an assumption. This assumption states that there is a logic to what you are trying to think about, that it can be figured out and reasoned through. Thus, there are some instances where critical thinking may not be appropriate. For example, is there logic to romance? Is there logic to matters of personal taste or preference? It may not be appropriate to spend a great deal of effort analyzing why one likes certain colors, architectural styles, music, art, etc. But if a situation or decision needs to be figured out or thought through, then a critical thinking approach is

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