Critical Thinking and Logic

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What is the main difference between deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning?

What concept is associated with Informal Logic?

What does Argumentation Theory focus on?

What does Fallacy Theory primarily deal with?

Which type of logic employs rules, methods, and techniques relevant to philosophical logic?

What is a characteristic of Critical Thinking based on the text?

What distinguishes Critical Thinking from other types of thinking?

In the context of logic, what is one of the main purposes of Critical Thinking?

What characteristic of a critical thinker did Socrates personify?

Which condition hinders effective Critical Thinking?

What is one aspect that differentiates formal logic from informal logic?

What attitude or capacity does Critical Thinking help cultivate according to the text?

What is the term for a kind of misconception where a vague stimulus is perceived as a sign of the occurrence of something, such as Religious Apparitions or Alien's Sighting?

What is the Greek root of the word 'Philosophy' that means love and wisdom?

Which condition hinders critical thinking by causing a perceptual blindness where one fails to perceive things that are actually present?

Which term refers to the visual phenomenon where light appears to be moving in a dark environment, often associated with UFO sightings?

What characteristic is commonly associated with a person exhibiting strong intuition?

What is the main focus of Philosophy as a science?

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Explore the concepts of critical thinking and logic, which involve reasoning, decision-making, and the study of correct and incorrect reasoning methods. Discover how critical thinking is a philosophy that requires discipline and mastery of intellectual skills and abilities.

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