Integrative Critical Thinking Toolkit

Study Guides

1. Arguments & Issues

2. Assumptions & Values

3. Deductive Arguments | Categorical Logic

4. Deductive Arguments | Propositional Logic

5. Inductive Arguments

6. Inductive Generalizations

7. Informal Fallacies

8. Using Language

9. Using Media

10. Critical Thinking | Reflection

11. Critical Thinking | Persuasion

12. Critical Thinking & Writing

Using the Study Guides
These guides are designed to be clear and concise summaries of the basic concepts and techniques for becoming a reflective critical thinker. It is not necessary to memorize the definitions of key terms, but it is essential that you understand the meanings of these terms. By reflecting on your own ability to use the language of logic correctly, you will discover new ways to become a better critical thinker.
 
Instructions
You may save and print these Acrobat files.

It is not necessary to memorize the definitions of key terms, but it is essential that you understand the meanings of these terms.

Study each of these guides in sequence.
Study with your utmost gusto!

 

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