We need to make logical inferences based on sound assumptions. We need to
understand our own point of view and fully consider other relevant viewpoints.
An assumption is an unexamined belief: what we think without realizing we think
it. Our inferences (also called conclusions) are often based on assumptions that ...
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Oct 6, 2012 ... This is a two-minute tutorial on Assumptions in critical thinking. Assumptions is
one of the Elements of Thought. The information in the video is ...
Sep 17, 2014 ... But with a lot of practice and critical thinking, it will start to come naturally. ... for
GMAT Critical Reasoning is reading to find the assumption or at ...
Learning to distinguish inferences from assumptions is an important skill in
critical thinking. Many confuse the two elements. Let us begin with a review of the
The RED model lays out a path for understanding how critical thinking works and
for ... Noticing and questioning assumptions helps to reveal information gaps or ...
Jan 19, 2014 ... Assumption-spotting is perhaps the most crucial practical skill in Critical Thinking.
The key issue here is whether what you think may be an ...
Feb 24, 2015 ... In this lesson, you'll learn the steps involved in the critical thinking process. You'll
consider how coming to a conclusion effectively involves...
Assumptions are necessary when considering all but the most abstract ideas.
Some assumptions are well supported and do not weaken the critical thinking ...
This tutorial examines the three most common types of GMAT Critical Reasoning
... suggestions for thinking of unstated assumptions as you read an argument?