Critical Thinking Sheet 2

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Critical Thinking Sheet 2 Identifying reasons? In each question, pick the answer which could be a reason for the conclusion, and say why this is the right answer, and why the other options are wrong . *Note that you are not to worry about whether the reason is true. You must just consider whether, if it were true, it would support the conclusion. 1. Conclusion: Blood donors should be paid for giving blood. (a) The Blood Donor service is expensive to administer. (b) People who give blood usually do so because they want to help others. (c) There is a shortage of blood donors, and payment would encourage more people to become donors. 2. Conclusion: When choosing someone for a job, employers should base their decision on the applicants’ personalities, rather than on their skills. (a) Personalities may change over time, and skills go out of date. (b) Skills can easily be taught, but personalities are difficult to change. (c) Some skills cannot be acquired by everyone, but everyone can develop a good personality.
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2012 for the course FENS 101 taught by Professor Selçukerdem during the Fall '12 term at Sabancı University.

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