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    Critical and Creative Thinking: Likelihood of Error and Harmony

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    Does critical thinking decreases the likelihood of error? How does creative and critical thinking work in harmony?

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    I think that critical thinking decreases the likelihood of error because it allows errors in logic to emerge. The critical thinker does not reject error. Rather, it seems to me that the critical thinker accepts that error is part of the thinking process. Error is simply a reflection of thought. Some thought has led to embracing a proposition where error has resulted. When the error is recognized, one embraces it as part of the critical thinking process. When thought is ...

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    Error is a part of the critical thinking process, one that works in tandem with creative thinking.