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Asking the Right Questions, A Guide to Critical Thinking, 8th Ed

Asking the Right Questions, A Guide to Critical Thinking, 8th Ed

Asking the Right Questions, A Guide to Critical Thinking, 8th

  • Page 3 and 4: Eighth Edition Asking the Right Que
  • Page 5 and 6: Contents Preface viii 1 The Benefit
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    38 Chapter 4 mind. A quota for tour

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    40 Chapter 4 Another useful guide f

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    42 Chapter 4 meanings. Isn't it tru

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    44 Chapter 4 The phrase "give great

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    46 Chapter 4 how much work is requi

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    48 Chapter 4 through strength, the

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    50 Chapter 4 Passage 1 School dress

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    52 Chapter 4 ff\ V^t CRITICAL QUEST

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    54 Chapter 5 has taken for granted.

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    56 Chapter 5 Value Conflicts and As

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    58 Chapter 5 to be like. What stand

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    60 Chapter 5 Typical Value Conflict

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    62 Chapter 5 How desirable a conseq

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    64 Chapter 5 Avoiding a Typical Dif

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    66 Chapter 5 Therefore, the major v

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    68 Chapter 5 Summary Assumptions ar

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    CHAPTER 6 I WHAT ARE THE DESCRIPTIV

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    What Are the Descriptive Assumption

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    What Are the Descriptive Assumption

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    What Are the Descriptive Assumption

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    What Are the Descriptive Assumption

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    What Are the Descriptive Assumption

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    84 Chapter 7 While answering our fi

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    86 Chapter 7 Sandy: "But what about

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    88 Chapter 7 The relevance of the s

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    90 Chapter 7 F: Appeal to questiona

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    92 Chapter 7 the two choices are be

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    94 Chapter 7 Neither respondent sat

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    96 Chapter 7 This sort of "reasonin

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    98 Chapter 7 you are most likely to

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    100 Chapter 7 of the AIDS hysteria

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    102 Chapter 7 JOE'S CONCLUSION: Bee

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    104 Chapter 8 Qfj Critical Question

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    106 Chapter 8 supporting a prescrip

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    108 Chapter 8 reflects strong biase

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    110 Chapter 8 grants to do research

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    112 Chapter 8 Was the authority in

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    114 Chapter 8 In this chapter, we h

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    116 Chapter 8 Passage 2 CONCLUSION:

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    118 Chapter 9 see or hear, selectin

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    120 Chapter 9 answered only tentati

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    122 Chapter 9 Clues for Evaluating

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    124 Chapter 9 generalize have an eq

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    126 Chapter 9 Survey and questionna

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    128 Chapter 9 Case Examples as Evid

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    130 Chapter 9 Identifying and Compr

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    132 Chapter 9 however, is a human b

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    134 Chapter 9 you can rely most on

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    136 Chapter 9 being an alcoholic, a

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    138 Chapter 10 litde boy offered on

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    140 Chapter 10 In this study, the r

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    142 Chapter 10 The Cause or A Cause

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    144 Chapter 10 Should parents take

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    146 Chapter 10 Confusing Causation

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    148 Chapter 10 To appreciate the fl

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    150 Chapter 10 Evaluating Rival Cau

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    152 Chapter 10 Sample Responses Pas

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    CHAPTER 11 ARE THE STATISTICS DECEP

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    Are the Statistics Deceptive? 157 t

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    Are the Statistics Deceptive? 1 59

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    Are the Statistics Deceptive? 161 h

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    Are the Statistics Deceptive? 163 P

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    Are the Statistics Deceptive? 1 65

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    168 Chapter 12 By asking questions

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    170 Chapter 12 Questions that Ident

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    172 Chapter 12 Being aware of these

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    174 Chapter 12 differ from tests pe

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    176 Chapter 12 whether it is possib

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    178 Chapter 12 Before we all start

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    CHAPTER 13 WHAT REASONABLE CONCLUSI

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    What Reasonable Conclusions Are Pos

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    What Reasonable Conclusions Are Pos

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    What Reasonable Conclusions Are Pos

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    What Reasonable Conclusions Are Pos

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    CHAPTER 14 PRACTICE AND REVIEW In t

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    Practice and Review 195 a healthy d

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    5. Obesity has resulted in high lev

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    Practice and Review 199 that many i

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    Pra cti ce an d Revi ew 201 What is

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    Practice and Review 203 author's ar

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    Final Word Critical thinking is a t

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    Final Word 207 6. Ask the other per

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    210 Index Communication (effective)

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    212 Index Question (s): begging the

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