• Sociology
  • Published 2001

Critical Thinking: A Concise Guide

@inproceedings{Bowell2001CriticalTA,
  title={Critical Thinking: A Concise Guide},
  author={Tracey Bowell and Gary Allan Kemp},
  year={2001}
}
Preface Introduction and preview 1. Why should we become critical thinkers? Beginning to think critically : Recognising arguments Identifying conclusions and premises Intermediate conclusions Linguistic phenomena 2. Logic: Deductive validity The principle of charity Truth Deductive validity Conditional propositions Deductive soundness 3. Logic: Inductive force Inductive force 'All', 'most' and 'some' Inductive soundness Probability in the premises Arguments with multiple probabilistic premises… CONTINUE READING

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