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Critical Thinking and Decision Making

            Critical Thinking and Decision Making.
             The relationship between critical thinking and decision is marked with many similarities. Using critical thinking is the only way to come to a sound decision. The steps in each process are based on solid facts and then finding a solution based on high levels of human reasoning. The great benefits of the use of these processes can be found in any business and in every facet of society.
             Critical Thinking and Decision Making.
             Critical thinking and decision making are two concepts used concurrently most of the .
             time. Critical thinking is the ability to recognize a problem and use a designated process .
             of problem-solving skills to obtain a solution. Decision-making is the ability to navigate .
             a situation to come to a conclusion. My definitions encompass the general idea of these .
             topics, but here is a definition that Michael Scriven and Richard Paul developed; "Critical .
             thinking is the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, .
             applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or .
             generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a .
             guide to belief and action." And here is a standard dictionary definition of decision .
             making: the cognitive process of reaching a decision. All these definitions acknowledge .
             a process based on high-level reasoning to achieve the mostly factually based solution .
             Critical thinking is a complex process whose steps, if followed carefully, will produce .
             a confident result. Here is a thorough layout of the critical thinking process:.
             "From a series of observations, we can come to establish facts. From a series of facts, or from an absence of fact, we make inferences. Testing the validity of our inferences, we can make assumptions. From our assumptions, we form our opinions. Taking our opinions, we use the principles of logic to develop arguments.

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