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(ISSA, 1991)This paper argues that the inclusion of formal logic into introductory critical thinking courses can be self-defeating.
(ACTIR, 1990-10)This article argues for greater terminological exactitude in describing words used to indicate the presence and structure of reasoned arguments.
(ACTIR, 1989-10)This article argues for a conception of critical thinking incorporating both technical skills and autonomy of thought.
(University of Windsor, 1991)This article explores a mapping of the formal probability calculus onto the informal logic concepts of acceptability and sufficiency, concluding that while this approach is technically feasible, its value for understanding ...