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A Complete Summary of An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Creativity (BBBS355)

 A Complete Summary of  An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Creativity  Semester V Paper V Subject Code: BBBS355 Introduction Thinking and Writing Clearly Definitions Necessary & Sufficient Conditions Linguistic Pitfalls Truth Basic Logic Identifying Arguments Valid and Sound Arguments Inductive Reasoning Argument Mapping Argument Analysis Scientific Reasoning Mill’s Method Reasoning About Causation Diagrams of Casual Process Statistics and Probability Thinking about Values Fallacies Cognitive Biases Analogical Reasoning Making Rational Decisions What is Creativity? Creative Thinking Habits Bibliography Lau, J. Y. (2011).  An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Creativity: Think More, Think Better.  New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.    QUESTIONS TO PRACTICE PART 1: Subjective Questions 1.        How can we improve critical thinking skills? 2.        Do you agree with these remarks? Explain your answers.  a)        Critical thinking is too negative because we are always