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Overview

This course is designed to make you a better thinker! The first part of the course introduces you to various concepts and tools that form the basis of critical thinking. Specific topics include: recognising and differentiating between different types of arguments; fallacies and biases that influence critical thinking; the role of language in facilitating effective critical thinking; and techniques for analysing and evaluating arguments. The second part of the course applies these concepts and tools to various practical domains including management, science, negotiation, the media, and careers.

Study Level

Undergraduate

Indicative contact hours

3.5

Course Outline

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