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2.1 REFERENCES
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Nuel B. (1977). "A useful four-valued logic". In Dunn & Eppstein,  Modern uses of multiple- valued logic . Reidel: Boston.   J ó zef M. B. (1970).  A history of formal logic.   2nd Edition. Translated and edited from the  German edition by Ivo Thomas. Chelsea Publishing, New York. Brookshear, J. G.  (1989).  Theory of computation: formal languages, automata, and  complexity . Redwood City, Calif.: Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co. Cohen, R.S, and Wartofsky, M.W. (1974).  Logical and Epistemological Studies in  Contemporary Physics . Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. D. Reidel Publishing  Company: Dordrecht, Netherlands. Guenthner, F. (Eds.). (2005).  Handbook of Philosophical Logic . 13 vols., 2nd edition.  Kluwer Publishers: Dordrecht. Hodges, W. (2001).  Logic. An introduction to Elementary Logic , Penguin Books.   Last modified: Thursday, 23 November 2017, 2:49 PM Skip Navigation Navigation Home o My home o Site pages o My profile o Current course UCU103 Participants Badges Course Outline LESSON 2:CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING LESSON 3:TOOLS OF CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING LESSON 4:SOCRATES: ON SOCRATIC QUESTIONING METHOD LESSON 5:EDUCATION, IDENTITY AND SELF EXAMINATION LESSON 6:DECISION MAKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING LESSON 7:FALLACIES LESSON 8:ON LIBERTY OF THOUGHT AND INDIVIDUALITY LESSON 9:APPEARANCE AND REALITY LESSON 10:LOGIC LESSON 10:LOGIC LESSON 11:RENE DESCARTES: THINKING FOR ONESELF LESSON 12:BARRIERS TO CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING GLOSSARY TO CRITICAL THINKING TERMS AND CONCEPTS o My courses
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o Courses Skip Administration Administration Course administration My profile settings LESSON TEN PRACTICALITY OF CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING PRACTICALITY OF CRITICAL AND CRATIVE THINKING INTRODUCTION In the previous lessons, we discussed in detail aspects to do with the  description of what philosophy is in general, and in particular what critical  and creative thinking entails. In the process, we tried to indicate the  meaning of the concepts "critically", "creativity, and "thinking". We tried to  show how the above concepts greatly impact on every human endeavor,  be it in ethics, epistemology, logic and metaphysics, which as you may  remember, comprise the major divisions of philosophy. There have, however, been unfounded and unjustified claims from some  quarters, that philosophy an hence critical and creative thinking is highly  abstract, not realistic and by implication impractical. We beg to differ with  this claim.
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