Critical Thinking and Argumentation. What is critical thinking?. “Critical thinking is the formation of logical inferences.”(Simon&Kaplan) Critical thinking is “reasonably and reflectively deciding what to believe or do.” (Ennis)
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“Critical thinking is the formation of logical inferences.”(Simon&Kaplan)
Critical thinking is “reasonably and reflectively deciding what to believe or do.” (Ennis)
Critical thinking is “the examination and testing of suggested solutions to see whether they will work.” (Lindsey, Hall, and Thompson)
White-is neutral and objective, concerned with objective facts and figures.
Red-relates to anger and rage, is concerned with emotions.
Black-is gloomy, and covers the negative-why things can’t be done.
Yellow-is sunny and positive, indicating hope and positive thinking.
Green-is abundant, fertile growth, indicating creativity and new ideas.
Blue-is the sky above us, so is concerned with the control and organization of the thinking process.