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21st Century Critical Thinking

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by: David Fullen
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Publication Date: February 14, 2018
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 380
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781684114559
$24.95

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Book Synopsis
Critical thinking is autonomous, ascetic, measured, and self-corrective thinking. It presumes acquiescence to demanding standards of excellence and attentive command of their use. It facilitates effective communication and problem-solving abilities along with a commitment to prevail over our self-importance and preeminence.
Critical thinking proficiency induces skills which can be applied to any of life’s situations that require thinking, analysis and strategy. An excellent critical thinker knows how to separate reality from opinions, how to examine an issue from all aspects, how to make rational inferences and how to hold back personal judgment or biases.
Critical thinking enhances language and presentation skills. Thinking lucidly and methodically can improve the way we articulate our ideas. By learning how to evaluate the logical structure of content, critical thinking also enhances comprehension capabilities.
Critical thinking promotes creativity. Developing a creative solution to a problem involves more than just having new ideas; it must also be that the new ideas are useful and appropriate to the task at hand. Critical thinking plays a vital role in evaluating new ideas, selecting the best ones and amending them when necessary.
Critical thinking is essential for self-evaluation. To live a consequential life and to structure our lives appropriately, we need to justify and reflect on our values and decisions. Critical thinking offers the tools for this process of self-evaluation.
Critical thinking is something that is valued both in the university setting and in the professional sector where many people will find themselves after they graduate. Critical Thinking is essential to life. It helps you to think creatively, i.e., outside the box. It keeps you from becoming stayed. Critical Thinking can lead to developing your judgment, evaluation, and problem-solving abilities.
A critical thinker has the self-awareness to delineate between a rational thought based on thorough contemplation and an emotional rejoinder based on personal bias. Emotion is the adversary of reason. By understanding your perspective, you can also consider the viewpoint of others and come to a conclusion based on fact, not feelings.
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