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    Specifically discuss the strengths and weaknesses found in each critical thinking styles.

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    Critical thinking does not really have styles, but it does have processes (though critical thinking is not really a process) that might be also thought to be styles. These are knowledge, values, skills, intuition or attitudes.

    The strengths of each are found in their use in the critical thinking done during the decision making process.

    Knowledge: experiences, practical knowledge, theories, worldviews, practices of others, emotional and empathetic knowledge of others, morals

    Values: truth, fairness, empathy, self criticism, rational, authentic, justice, autonomy and clarity

    Skills: identifying (ideas, problems, assumptions, patterns), ...

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    A discussion addressing the weaknesses and strengths of five different critical thinking processes.

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