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クリティカル・シンキングの基本

Critical Thinking : The Basics

(The Basics)

Hanscomb, Stuart

Routledge 2016/12
252 p. 21 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138826243
装丁違いISBN: 1138826235
KCN: 1023600876
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DDC: 160
KDC: A10 哲学・思想一般
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This is an accessible introduction to the field of critical thinking, drawing on philosophy, communication and psychology.

Full Description

Critical Thinking: The Basics is an accessible and engaging introduction to the field of critical thinking, drawing on philosophy, communication and psychology. Emphasising its relevance to decision making (in personal, professional and civic life), academic literacy and personal development, this book supports the reader in understanding and developing the knowledge and skills needed to avoid poor reasoning, reconstruct and evaluate arguments, and engage constructively in dialogues. Topics covered include: the relationship between critical thinking, emotions and the psychology of persuasion the role of character dispositions such as open-mindedness, courage and perseverance argument identification and reconstruction fallacies and argument evaluation. With discussion questions/exercises and suggestions for further reading at the end of each main chapter, this book is an essential read for students approaching the field of critical thinking for the first time, and for the general reader wanting to improving their thinking skills and decision making abilities.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Waking up to bad arguments Chapter 1: Rationality, biases and emotions Chapter 2: Critical Thinking and Dispositions Chapter 3: Arguments and argument reconstruction Chapter 4: Argument forms and fallacies Chapter 5: Arguments referring to expertise, power, and message source Chapter 6: Causal arguments, generalisation, arguments from consequences and slippery slope arguments. Chapter 7: Arguments from analogy Chapter 8: Further fallacies Conclusion Glossary References