And since the people who embrace individuality aim at

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And since the people who embrace individuality aim at improving and contribution to the wellbeing of society by way of their creativity and innovativeness, they have always stood out as the role models in society. It is by virtue of the uniqueness of their character that such people have always emerged as   heroes   in   history   and   architects   of   civilizations. In conclusion it is evident that the character of those that embrace individuality is unique in a way that   delineated   them   from   conformist   majority   in   society   who   are   mere   consumers   of   their innovativeness. In other word individuality does not only lead to development of individual unique character but it also enormously contributes to the wellbeing of society and the rest of its members Indeed,   individuality   is   the   basic   element   of   the   wellbeing   of   human   society.  REFERENCE Internet   Sources  Namwambah,   T.   N.   2006.   Essentials   of   Critical   and   Creative   Thinking. Didaxis:   Nairobi Namwambah,   T.   N.   2005.   Introduction   to   Critical   and   Creative   Thinking: Student   Companion.   Kenpak:   Nairobi. Wambari,   K.   1993.   Readings   in   Introduction   to   Critical   and   Creative  Thinking. AIC: Kijabe. Last modified: Monday, 4 August 2014, 11:28 AM Skip Navigation
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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 click here to open notes on Deductive & Induct... click here to open notes on Individuality LESSON 7:FALLACIES LESSON 8:ON LIBERTY OF THOUGHT AND INDIVIDUALITY LESSON 9:APPEARANCE AND REALITY 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 o Courses Skip Administration Administration Course administration My profile settings
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