Hello Professor and Class,After this week's reading, I thought about what each term meant to me. When I think about critical thinking, I define it as making a judgment that is well-thought-out and planned. Critical thinking requires focus and an evaluation of the situation at hand. Wisdom, in my opinion, is the knowledge that is gain based on the experiences of life. When I think about wisdom, I think about how someone older and more experienced spread awareness to those that may not have that kind of understanding of the topic. Intelligence can be defined as the use of knowledge that creates a better understanding of situations. Intelligence uses logic and reasoning to grasps the skills and solutions needed to be efficient. Well-being is more based on the emotional state of a person. This can be determined based on a person, health, happiness, and comfortability of life.Are the good people smart?To answer this question, I believe that not all smart people are good. Being smart does equate to being a good person. There are many examples of
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- Fall '15
- Logic, Thought, Sternberg, Professor and Class