What are the ingredients that make a Critical Thinker?

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Renowned Critical Thinking author Martin Cohen summarises for us what it means to be a critical thinker.

Critical thinking is different from philosophical and mathematical logic, where reasoning is a solitary process, in which one person (or computer) can take on the world. It is a more sociable business, where truths can be not only explored but created collectively. Critical Thinking is necessarily a dialogue because it is about questioning: challenging arguments methods, ideas and findings – demanding the context and the background.


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Martin Cohen