Transcript In the last episode we talked about how one of the primary goals of critical thinking is to improve the quality of our beliefs, judgments and decisions. In this episode we're going to look more closely at each of these concepts, and explore their significance for critical thinking. Let's start out with beliefs. One of the goals of critical thinking is to improve the quality of our beliefs.
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Learn To Demonstrate Critical Judgment
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The words critical judgement and critical thinking are interchangeable and have the same meaning. Therefore, at the university level, being critical or critique means that you are required to evaluate or examine the evidence and certain arguments to form a judgement about them. This is the reason why critical judgement is used in this particular guide. Being critical as per the terminology used at the university level and for the purpose of this guide, means asking thought provoking questions about the subject matter, ideas or words you are investigating and passing judgement on. This is in terms of how valuable or useful the words or ideas are. It emphasis that you refuse accept ideas simply at face value and believe that there is a certain way of thinking about an object or situation. It also refers to recognising that fact that in the course of thinking critically, scrutinising, evaluating and judging things from different perspectives, there is more often than not no correct answer or viewpoint.
Critical Accounting Judgments and Key Sources of Estimation Uncertainty
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