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Author: Richard Paul; Linda Elder; Foundation for Critical Thinking.
Publisher: Dillon Beach, CA : Foundation for Critical Thinking, [©2008]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Paul; Linda Elder; Foundation for Critical Thinking.
ISBN: 0944583105 9780944583104
OCLC Number: 221654221
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 23 pages : color illustrations ; 14 cm
Contents: Why critical thinking? --
The elements of thought --
A checklist for reasoning --
Questions using the elements of thought --
Three levels of thought --
Universal intellectual standards --
Template for analyzing the logic of articles and textbooks --
Criteria for evaluating reasoning --
Essential intellectual traits --
Three kinds of questions --
A template for problem-solving --
Analyzing and assessing research --
What critical thinkers routinely do --
Stages of critical thinking development --
The problem of egocentric thinking --
The problem of sociocentric thinking --
Envisioning critical societies.
Other Titles: Critical thinking
Responsibility: by Richard Paul and Linda Elder.
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