Thought a Knowledge, Fourth Edition is appropriate for use as a textbook in critical thinking courses offered in departments of psychology, philosophy, English, humanities, or as a supplement in any course where critical thinking is emphasizedMore often, many conclusions are possible, and the task of analyzing an argument involves deciding which of two or more ... Identify all the stated and unstated component parts: premises, conclusions, assumptions, qualifiers, and counterarguments. 3. ... In a book that was written for college professors, Norris and Ennis (1989) suggested criteria that can be used to evaluate an argumentative essay.
|Title||:||Thought and Knowledge|
|Author||:||Diane F. Halpern|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2002-08-01|