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2.3: Critical thinking and culture

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Critical Thinking


2.3
Critical thinking and culture


Critical
Thinking


2.3
Critical thinking
and culture

Forms of thinking reflect the cultures in which they are practiced.


Critical
Thinking


2.3
Critical thinking
and culture

In the West, critical thinking began when philosophers moved from religion (mythos) to reasoning (logos) in order to understand and explain the world.


Critical
Thinking


2.3
Critical thinking
and culture

In non-Western cultures critical thinking has taken many forms. Practices of critical thinking are culturally conditioned and not always universally valid.


Critical
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2.3
Critical thinking
and culture


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