Why Thinking Critically is Important

In You've Got to be Kidding! Oxford, UK: Wiley‐Blackwell. pp. 1–12 (2009)
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This chapter contains sections titled: The Relevance of Context Differentiating the Rational from the Irrational Rationality and Acting Prudentially Having Good Reasons for What We Believe Beliefs Have Practical Consequences The Desire to Appear Intelligent to Others.



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