Critical Thinking Analytical Essay by RightRiters

Critical Thinking
This paper discusses the utilization of critical thinking in everyday life.
# 22813 | 1,140 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Mar 28, 2003 in Philosophy (Logic)


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Description:

This paper explores the role of critical thinking in everyday life. Issues discussed include factors used in the decision-making process, barriers to critical thinking, and how critical thinking can be improved. The use of language, memory, and creativity in the critical-thinking process is also addressed. The paper concludes with a brief summary of its main points.

From the Paper:

"Like it or not, there is not a single aspect of our lives that is not governed by the thinking process. As employees, students, family members, and participants in various social groups, every day we have to think about things in order to make decisions about them. Those decisions may not always be deep and significant, but they are decisions that need to be thought about and made nonetheless."

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