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Better Your Life (Collection) by John Maketa, Heather Ishikawa, Russ Hall, Stewart Emery, Judy Chartrand, Richard Paul, Linda Elder

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Appendix. Glossary of Terms

The terms in this appendix come from our glossary of critical thinking concepts;18 a close reading of the concepts can help you more deeply understand the concepts in this book. Note the interrelationships among the terms—look at these ideas as a web of concepts that, when deeply understood and integrated, can improve your life.

18. For the complete glossary, see Linda Elder’s and Richard Paul’s A Glossary of Critical Thinking Terms and Concepts: The Critical Analytic Vocabulary of the English Language (Tomales, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking Press, 2009).

accurate: Free from errors, mistakes, or distortion. Accuracy is an essential intellectual standard and therefore an important goal in critical thinking. However, ...

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