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Summarize the differences between "weak-sense" and "strong sense" critical thinking. When you are unconcerned with discovering the truth or virtue of situations you are practicing “weak-sense” critical thinking. Defending your current or prior beliefs regardless of evidence presented to the contrary is why this kind of thinking is called “weak-sense”. Strong sense critical thinking requires the asking of critical questions to the subject. It forces us to look critically at our initial beliefs in order to protect against self deception and conformity.
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Unformatted text preview: Strong sense critical thinking does not require us to give up on our prior beliefs however by thinking about a subject strong sense critically it can strengthen your prior belief structure where as weak sense critical thinking does nothing to strengthen your position. Weak sense critical thinking is the use of critical thinking to defend your existing belief system. Strong sense critical thinking is critical thinking in order to evaluate all sides of an argument, all claims and beliefs, especially your own....
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