As mentioned earlier, a good critical thinker always starts by asking questions. Then, he will use those questions to define to problem, or the specific issue he wants to address. Current points of view and evidences should be taken into account during the critical process. These are the simple form of them; we must remember that the speaker (e.g., an expert) or the way a certain idea is presented may sometimes hyde just a bad idea behind them. In addition, we need to remember that other interpretation rather than ours exist, and that being rational also means to understand and expect uncertainties, leaving space for other critical thinkers to investigate.


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