"The Importance of Critical Thinking". Anti Essays. 24 Jul. 2017
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Because this essay provides generally thoughtful analysis and takes a complex approach to the issue (arguing, in effect, that technology neither enhances nor reduces our ability to think for ourselves, but can do one or the other, depending on the user) and because the author makes use of "appropriate vocabulary and sentence variety," a score of 5 is appropriate.
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With all this evidence, it's easy to believe that tech trends and the incorporation of technological wizardry into our everyday lives have served mostly to enforce conformity, promote dependence, heighten comsumerism and materialism, and generally create a culture that values self-absorption and personal entitlement over cooperation and collaboration. However, I argue that we are merely in the inchoate stages of learning to live with technology while still loving one another. After all, even given the examples provided earlier in this essay, it seems clear that technology hasn't impaired our thinking and problem-solving capacities. Certainly it has incapacitated our behavior and manners; certainly our values have taken a severe blow. However, we are inarguably more efficient in our badness these days. We're effective worker bees of ineffectiveness!
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Before beginning a critical thinking essay it’s a good idea to come up to speed on critical thinking and what it is. The process of thinking critically begins with an open mind. It’s quite alright to already have an opinion on an issue but you must be willing to at least consider objectively ideas that differ from your own.In fact, without critical thinking, essays would be highly illogical. Critical thinking allows you to dig under the surface to understand and articulate a subject or point of view.I’ve personally have struggled within the rigid system of regular quizzes and tests, common exams, and the subsequent student fears, “How will this affect my grade?”. This essay is about finding the wiggle-room within that system to make baby-steps of change. People seem to find this essay provocative. (I think it is tame!) Critical thinking essays test the ability for a student to objectively analyze and evaluate components of a problem to come to a conclusion about the issue. Thinking critically requires a student to put their own agenda, goals and objectives aside and evaluate an issue based purely on the factual merits of an issue. Professors expect to see that students can arrive at a conclusion supported by the facts of the issue. Critical thinking provides students with the ability to come up with their own solutions to problems rather than rely on the solutions of others.