Critical thinking helps you know what the author is talking about, and it helps you relate to the text. I guess it could even make it more fun to read. It would also help make your writing more accurate, descriptive, and somewhat entertaing.
You need to answer this question because we don't do your homework and it is asking for your opinion and to show your critical thinking skills and how well you understood the the lesson.
when we take in data w/o preconceptions we are sensing; when we focus on particular sensations and catergorize them according to our memory system, we are perceiving; and when we draw conclusions about their patterns and meaning, we are thinking. (thinking for yourself 29) you sense a ball coming straight for your face, the sensing goes from the eyes to the brain, your brain percieves this message and turns it into a thought. therefor you are observing this and your brain is organizing. ge 104/114- critical thinking and problem solving, exercize 1
Only humans are capable of knowing that they have the capacity to think. Descartes' statement is a reflection of thinking being a cognitive ability. Thinking is a cognitive process and to know you are thinking means you are alive and are a human being.
To relate to a subject in an objective manner, you must approach it sans-bias, using only facts on which to base your thinking and subsequent reporting.Here is an example sentence of "relating in an objective manner":"In a controversial news story, it is critical that a reporter relate to the story in an objective manner."
They are in control of the political process.
well it is everywhere and there is nothing that doesn's relate to science
Critical theology is the study of religion and God from an analytical and often comparative point of view. Critical Theologians actively relate faith traditions and practices to their historical roots and meaning, and compare them to those found in other faiths.