Musings on Critical Thinking vs Rhetoric

Discovering the Truth

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Critical thinking is an activity in which we engage our rational mind in. It is seemingly composed of two ways of questioning — closed questioning, and open questioning.

Closed questions are questions that can be answered by observations and calculations. For example, you can ask, “How big is this computer monitor?” You’d have to…



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Matthew David

Matthew David


Philosopher. Writer. Coffee Addict. I write about Philosophy from the Ancient Greeks to Existentialism. ←Learn more here