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Critical Thinking: Your Guide to Effective Argument, Successful Analysis and Independent Study

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Kindle Edition, 320 pages
Published October 28th 2017 by SAGE Publications Ltd
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Katia N
Jul 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is the best I've read on the topic. It is lively, concise and well structured. The examples and the little tasks are interesting as well. It comprises of two parts. The first is related to the structure of arguments; different purposes and structures of texts (such as distinction between an explanation and an argument, summary and description); reasoning techniques and how to reconstruct someone else argument out of difficult text. It also deals with a bit of statistics and Bayer's theorem, ...more
Denis Vasilev
May 17, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Дельная книга по критическому мышлению, статистике, логике, когнитивным искажениям и еще много чему, даже поиску в интернете и написанию своей книги. Недостаток в том, что автор похоже захотел в одну книгу впихнуть почти все, что знает
Michelle Glatt
Excellent! I am reviewing this book for School Library Connection so cannot post a full review here. I can, however, recommend it to all who want to think deeply about thinking critically (and deeply).
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A lot of logic and fun and logical fun. Reread.

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Dr Tom Chatfield is a British writer, broadcaster and tech philosopher. Tom’s books exploring digital culture—most recently "Critical Thinking" (SAGE Publishing) and "Live This Book!" (Penguin)—have appeared in over two dozen countries and languages. He's currently writing a series of thrillers for Hodder set in the world of the dark net.