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Styles of thinking

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Azza Faiad

on 20 September 2016

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Transcript of Styles of thinking

Thinking Module
Logical Fallacies
21st Century
Left-sided vs. right-sided
Think Different
Critical Thinking
Starting line
Think Deeeeplyyyyy
Fill it ...
What's your menu?
Rules of the game
Drop the special item
Argument
Premises
Conclusion
Logical compass
From theory to practice
(1) Unreflective (2) challenged
(3) Practicing (4) Advanced
(5) Master


Hasty generalization
Post hock
Ad populum
Ad personal

Appeal to authority
Types of arguments
premises
conclusion
Fact
True
Valid
Opinion
Accepted
Related
Sufficient

Deductive argument
Inductive argument
Fact
1. True
2.Valid
Primary
Secondary
"Opinions"
1.True or false

2.Accepted and sufficient

Circles Strategy
Sell it!!
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