phl251 | undergraduate
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- Apply critical thinking skills to daily life decisions.
- Use value judgment in moral reasoning.
- Explain the elements of moral deliberation.
- Describe the fundamentals of thinking.
- Identify the need for a systematic approach to thinking.
- Explain the W.I.S.E. approach to thinking and problem solving, and how to apply the principles.
- Define critical thinking.
- Identify the common cognitive biases that affect critical thinking.
- Analyze an argument.
- Identify types of ambiguity.
- Use persuasion to write an argumentative essay.
- Evaluate the sources and content of claims.
- Evaluate the credibility of sources.
- Explain the influences and biases behind media messages.
- Describe the impact of advertising on consumer behavior.
- Investigate sources and claims.
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