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Part I: Understanding Critical vs. Non-C... > Styles of Non-Critical Thinking

Chapter 4. Styles of Non-Critical Thinking

As you have learned, non-critical thinking is black and white, dogmatic and uninformed. It is passive, shallow, and reactive. Non-critical thinking operates from a narrow and limiting frame of reference, with continual pressure to doubt or exclude new ideas or ways of doing things.

A common feature of non-critical thinking is a refusal to evaluate objectively our own thought process, which shows up in several ways:


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