M. Neil Browne, Stuart M. Keeley
Pearson; 11th edition
The eleventh edition of Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking (PDF), which is used in a variety of classes across a wide range of subject areas, assists college students in bridging the gap between uncritically accepting information or simply memorizing it and the more difficult tasks of synthesis and critical analysis. In particular, this condensed textbook instructs undergraduate students in critical thinking by examining the components of arguments, including issues, assumptions, reasons, evidence, conclusions, and language, as well as on how to spot manipulations, fallacies, and obstacles to critical thinking in both visual and written communication. It teaches kids how to respond to other points of view and helps them create a firm foundation for making personal decisions about what to reject and what to embrace in different situations.
PLEASE NOTE That the Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking 11e PDF is the only component of this offering. There is not a code for the online store included.