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This requires the combination of rational logic, creativity, commonsense, and intuition

Critical thinking


Driving on autopilot is called what

Drone mentality


Intellectual humility, currents, and busy, metonymy, integrity, perseverance, confidence and reason, and fair-mindedness are all what

Essential intellectual traits


for this intellectual trade one does not claim to know more than they actually know

Intellectual humility


This intellectual treat causes you to challenge what you believe to have learned or are influenced to believe is true.

Intellectual courage


Consciousness for need to imaginatively put yourself in another's place in order to understand them

Intellectual empathy


Having rational control one's beliefs, value, inferences

Intellectual autonomy


Intellectual treat to which you hold yourself true and consistent in intellectual standards that you apply

Intellectual integrity


Intellectual shrink requires you to have a consciousness of the need to use intellectual insight despite challenges

Intellectual perseverance


Inflectional treat that holds an ability for humans to use reasonable thought in order to persuade others

Confidence in reason


This intellectual trait is having consciousness of the need to treat all viewpoints alike



Should be applied to thinking to ensure quality they must be taught explicitly and infused the students to form part of an inner voice and guide better reasoning

Universal intellectual standards


Which Universal and electrical standard would you see questions like can you elaborate further on that point, could you express that point another way, can you give me an illustration, can you give me an example



You can check for this intellectual standard by asking questions such as is that really true, how could you check that, how could you find out if this is true



You can check for this universal intellectual standard by asking questions such as could you give me more details, could you be more specific



You could check this universal and like she'll standard by asking questions such as how is that connected to the question, how does that bear on the issue



You may address this universal intellectual standards by asking how does your answer address the complexities question, how are you taking into account the problems in the question, are you dealing with the most significant factors



You may recognize this universal and like she'll standard by asking do you need to consider another point of view, is there another way to look at this question, what would this look like from a more conservative standpoint, what would this look like for more liberal standpoint



When the combination of thoughts are mutually supporting it is an example of this universal intellectual standard



You can check for this universal standard by asking questions like are you considering all the relevant viewpoints in good faith, are you distorting some information to maintain your biased perspective, are you more concerned about your vested interest in the common good



Basic human limitations, use of language, faulty logic or perception, and psychological or sociological pitfalls are four categories of what

Hindrances to critical thinking


Confirmation bias and selective thinking, false memories and confabulation, personal biases and prejudices, physical and emotional hindrances, testimonial evidence are all what

Basic human limitations to critical thinking


This basic human limitation causes you to select facts that you already believe to be true, the best way to combat this limitation is to seek out the actual facts rather than beliefs

Confirmation bias and selective thinking


This basic human limitation the critical thinking is a result of your mind construing the facts you think you remember

False memories and confabulation


This basically human limitations critical thinking is probably most common and the best way to combat it is to focus on the facts references and their motives

Personal biases and prejudices


These basic human limitations to the critical thinking the main food stress drugs or exhaustion

Physical and emotional hindrances


This basic human limitation the critical thinking usually is represented by extraordinary claims of extraordinary claims are to be proven true they must be supported by extraordinary evidence

Testimonial evidence


Ad hominem fallacy and populam bandwagon fallacy, emotional appeals, evading the issue or red herring fallacy. False dilemma, either or fallacy and poisoning the well were all examples of what

Psychological and sociological pitfalls to critical thinking


Criticizing the person making our human another argument itself

Ad hominem fallacy


Basing the validity of the claim on the popularity of the claim versus facts

Add populam, bandwagon fallacy