Routledge (1988)

Beginning with a discussion of the Informal Logic Movement and the renewed interest in critical thinking in education, this book critically assesses the work of Robert Ennis, Richard Paul and John McPeck.
Keywords Critical thinking   Education   Judgment
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ISBN(s) 0710208081   041590286X   0415001757   9780415902861
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