Critical Thinking

What do you think critical thinking might be?

Critical thinking is the task of thinking and reflecting on a particular issue to form a response. It is a form of thinking that is based around a context, which allows underlying meanings to be discovered, therefore enhancing one’s knowledge on the subject at hand. Critical thinking affects not only how we think, but also how we see, hear, and imagine, as we begin to think beyond the surface with more depth and meaning. Critical thinking is a part of nearly everybody’s day to day lives, particularly when it comes to making important decisions. When one thinks critically, we evaluate all possible results/outcomes to determine the best, and most suitable answer.


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“Maastricht Students | Challenging The Status Quo: The Importance Of Critical Thinking”. N.p., 2012. Web. 5 Mar. 2016.


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