Study notes PLS2601 Critical Reasoning (PLS2601) at University of South Africa (Unisa)

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Critical reasoning is not dogma. It is the opposite of dogma. • Dogma: Unquestioned information about authority. • To reason critically means to question everything, even our own ideas and beliefs. • Critical reasoning involves: 1. Thinking for yourself -> to criticize or to judge your own thoughts, ideas or beliefs in your life and others.

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