As I said in my comment in the original post, this is perhaps the best piece on the topic of critical thinking I have encountered. It is complete yet concise. It is elegant, and most importantly, critical.
What a fantastic pleasure to wake up to this.
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Author: Carolina Flores Categories: Logic and Reasoning, Philosophy of Education, Epistemology, or Theory of Knowledge Word count: 997 We often urge others to think critically. What does that really mean? How can we think critically? This essay presents a general account of what it is to be a critical thinker and outlines both traditional and […]Critical Thinking: What is it to be a Critical Thinker? — 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology