Week 1, Task 3: “Critical Thinking”

Critical Thinking to me is being able to view, interpret and understand more than what is written. This includes things such as being able to decipher whether the written work is bias, truth, lies, not the whole picture etc, understanding the connections between the ideas, the authors meaning and whom it is directed towards.

Being a critical thinker affects the way we live our everyday lives by enhancing our ability to think clearly and rationally which is important whatever we choose to do.

This can then help us acquire knowledge, improve our theories, strengthen arguments and by being able to think clearly and systematically we can improve the way we express ideas.


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