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Category: Critical Thinking

Don’t be an unsophisticated thinker

An unsophisticated thinker is someone who does not think deeply about things. They tend to accept information at face value and are not good at identifying bias or fallacies. They may also be more likely to make snap judgments and decisions without considering all the options.

To move from being an unsophisticated thinker to a good critical thinker, there are a few things you can do. These include being aware of your own biases, being open to new information, and being willing to change your mind.

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Are you a good critical thinker?

In a world where our thinking is often flawed and biased, learning to become a critical thinker is more important than ever. By understanding our own thought processes and practicing critical thinking skills, we can improve our lives and the lives of those around us.

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8 Strategies to help you avoid being manipulated

Media manipulation is a pervasive practice that involves shaping the public’s perception and beliefs through various techniques. From selective reporting to outright propaganda, media manipulation has the potential to distort reality and influence public opinion, ultimately affecting societal values and behaviors.

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