bcom275_week_4_dq_1

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Week 4, DQ1: Critical Thinking about Critical ThinkingConsider the list titled "In Depth: Critical Thinking, The Long Version" in Ch.1 ofCritical Thinking. What do you consider to be the most important points? Substantiate your answer.RESPONSE 1Consider the list titled "In Depth: Critical Thinking, The Long Version" in Ch.1 of Critical Thinking. What do you consider to be the most important points? Substantiate your answer.I think all points described are important to the success of successfully delivering the point. In addition to that statement, I've selected four critical points and I've put them down in order of which I feel they should be recognized. I feel it's crucial to immediately'recognize logical flaws in arguments'.Indoing so, you can determine the best course of action to gather your data; 'select the strongest set of supporting data'. Once the sender has determined the best rebuttal, organize the data in a manner that when it's delivered, it will be understood; 'logically and cohesively organize the argument'.When you've successfully identified the argument, collectedand organized yourdata, it can now be delivered. 'Present evidence in an order that contributes to a persuasive argument'. Evaluating and understanding all of the points outlined in Chapter 1 of Critical Thinking, it's understood that they are all valuable. The important thing to take from these points is without understanding the argument and identifying the logical flaws, the

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