Beyond Feelings: A Guide to Critical Thinking

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Mayfield Pub., 1998 - Psychology - 223 pages
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This succinct, interdisciplinary introduction to critical thinking successfully dares students to question their own assumptions and to enlarge their thinking through the analysis of the most common problems associated with everyday reasoning. The text offers a unique and effective organization: Part I explains the fundamental concepts; Part II describes the most common barriers to critical thinking; Part III offers strategies for overcoming those barriers..

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Why am I reading this?! I was expecting to see what indeed the buzz word, "critical thinking", means, but only to find it just a way of thinking that any highly educated person uses everyone. Furthermore, three chapters inside, I realised that this is a textbook for secondary schoolers... Read full review


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Characteristics of Critical Thinkers

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About the author (1998)

Vincenzo Ruggiero is Professor of Sociology at the University of Middlesex in London. He is also a senior adviser to the United Nations on a variety of issues, including political corruption and organized crime. Among his numerous previous books are Movements in the City: Conflicts in the European Metropolis and Crime and Markets.

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