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1 Critical Thinking and Ethics By Kathy Prince GEN/201 Foundations for University Success March 14, 2016 Critical Thinking and Ethics
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2 To begin to understand the relationship between critical thinking and ethical decision making, you must first define each of them. Once the different essentials of each are made clear, they begin to show how each flow into one another. Critical thinking and ethical decision making are closely related processes that are essential to success in life. Critical thinking can be broken down into six different levels. The first of these levels are remembering, understanding, and applying. These levels focus on retaining information and the ability to apply the understood information in some way. At the higher levels of critical thinking such as analyzing, the information would be defined in more detail. This would ensure that you have all the information together in order to measure the usability. The next step would be evaluating. This level of critical you need to ensure that you have committed to an idea.
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