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panning for gold approach

panning for gold approach

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School: Bowling Green State University
Department: English
Course: Introduction to Literature
Professor: Philip dickinson
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: Three dimensions of a critical thinker, sponge approach, panning-for-gold approach, weak-sense critical thinking, strong-sense critical thinking, four values of a critical thinker, descriptive issues, prescriptive issues, value assumptions, descriptive assumptions, Fallacies, ad hominem, slippery slope, searching for perfect solutions, equivocation, appeal to popularity, appeal to questionable authority, straw person, either-or (false dilemma), wishful thinking, explaining by naming, glittering generality, red herring, begging the question, quality of evidence, intuition, personal experience, personal testimonials, appeals to authority, personal observation, research studies, case examples, Analogies, and faulty analogy
Cost: 50
Name: Introduction to Literature Study Guide - Midterm One
Description: The midterm covers chapters 1-9 of Browne & Keeley's "Asking the Right Questions: Tenth Edition." Three dimensions of a critical thinker, sponge approach, panning-for-gold approach, weak-sense critica
Uploaded: 09/17/2018
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