PHIL 105G Critical Thinking
PHIL 105G | Open | Summer School, Semester One & Two 2023 | City Campus | Online | 15 point
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
- Evaluate Arguments
- Construct reasoned, strong arguments using acceptable evidence.
- Provide perspectives and critiques on reasons from differing worldviews.
- Recognise and interpret mental dispositions, assumptions, biases and heuristics that can affect your reasoning.
- Write arguments, ideas, and reflections on and using critical thinking.
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'I found the course challenging but the lecturer did very well in clearly outlining objectives and pointing me in the right direction when I had questions. The course was very organised in terms of assignments that allowed us to demonstrate our understanding of content. The lecturer is very passionate about this field and he did well in explaining the content in an understandable way.'