Good Arguments: An Introduction to Critical Thinking
Proceeds from critical thinking in everyday life to critical thinking in academic fields, with chapters outlining the types of evidence in science, the social sciences and the humanities. This text offers a description of critical thinking as comparison of formulas of critical thinking.
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Issue Conclusion and Reason
How to Create Alternative Arguments
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