Means asking complicated questions and sorting out the implications of your in/actions.
The adjective critical has two general uses.One is based on the word critic and often means "inclined to find fault" (e.g. He was critical of my work) although it can also mean "of or related to a critic or criticism" (e.g. the critical success of a play).It can also mean very important or necessary. This can be crucial, or vital (e.g. a critical need for new equipment) or intrinsic, chief, or central (e.g. the critical flaw in his plan).
A critical or explanatory note; a commentary.
It can mean to find fault or to judge severely. It can also mean to push over the edge. A critical mass can be the amount to start a chain reaction..as in a bomb.
Too harsh in judging them
Critical Inquiry was created in 1974.
Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry was created in 2001.
Critical thinking is about thinking outside the box. It is an inquiry approach - asking questions and finding the best answer to solve the initial problem.
Grand Jury Inquiry
Britain was very critical of the U.S. inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic. The ship was built in Britain and the British people felt as though the investigation should have been conducted by British people.
The motto of American School of The Hague is 'Critical Inquiry, Creative Thinking, Clear Communication, Commitment to Others'.
An inquiry is a question you have about something. If you inquire about a topic, such as you did on this website, your question is an inquiry. Another example is a scientific inquiry- a scientist has a question about something, so they use an inquiry tool (such as a thermometer, scale, etc.) to answer their question.
following the rules etc
It means curiosity to inquire or investigate to wonder