This text offers readers the "intellectual tools that they need for lifelong learning and rational, conscientious living." It teaches how to think deliberately, to analyze and evaluate reasoning, and to make decisions and solve problems. It points out some of the barriers to thinking critically, including bias, ego, and socioeconomic conditioning. Full of "do it yourself" exercises, questions, and problems, this book will help you to become a more clear, rational, and conscientious thinker.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Critical Thinking: Tools for Taking Charge of Your Learning and Your Life
Richard Paul and Linda Elder
BF 441 .P385 2006