This Is a Comparison between Critical Thinking and Decision Making
Critical thinking and decision-making are closely related and nearly go hand-in-hand. Although it may not be evident that these two processes are used on a daily basis, they clearly are. Whether you realize, or not, that you exercise these two processes, for example professionally or socially, at some point during every day, you contemplate your thoughts, you observe others and their actions, and rule on many subject matters. Many do this subconsciously, but in the end, it comes down to you building on your critical thinking and making decisions.
Critical thinking is the closely controlled ability and eagerness to evaluate evidence and claims, to make impartial judgments on the basis of well supported reasons as a guide to belief and action, to seek a width of contradicting as well as confirming information, and to monitor one's thinking while doing so. …
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