CRITICAL THINKING- CHAPTERS 4 AND 5 (3 REVIEW)

Feb 3rd, 2012
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The main rule of critical thinking is that we “proportion our belief to the evidence.” Explain what this means by giving an example of someone who follows this principle, and of someone who fails to follow this principle We can justify our beliefs by giving an argument (covered in chapter 3) or by giving direct evidence. Direct evidence can come in one of two forms: one’s own observation and experiences, or an external source, like a person, the internet, newspapers, books, the many forms of social media, such as Twitter, Instagram, etc. This question is about using your own observation. Sometimes, personal experience is an unreliable source of information. Of the six things listed in the lecture notes, which one is the hardest to assess from the first person point of view? We can justify our beliefs by giving an argument (covered in chapter 3) or by giving direct evidence. Direct evidence can come in one of two forms: one’s own observation or an external source, like a person, the

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