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Critical Thinking - Parts 1 and 2

Critical Thinking - Parts 1 and 2

(2:21) The first in a six part series on critical thinking. It is aimed at 8 to 10-year-olds, but many adults can also learn from this. Part 1: A valuable argument. Next video is part 2.

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Filmaddict Filmaddict (2156 days ago)
Critical thinking is the unbiased search for the truth; many mistake critical thinking as a strategy to support their own argument, which it definitely is not. Critical thinking relies and is supported by very good research from all perspectives. Question: Governments are not critical thinkers, therefore why do we trust them so much?
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Critical thinking is the unbiased search for the truth; many mistake critical thinking as a strategy to support their own argument, which it definitely is not. Critical thinking relies and is supported by very good research from all perspectives. Question: Governments are not critical thinkers, therefore why do we trust them so much?
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TheBob TheBob (2155 days ago)
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