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Would a critical thinker accept the following statement as valid? If so, why? If not, what detracts from the statement?

According to Dr. Henry Smith, many published articles have proven that success only comes to those who think positively. Why is this true?

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Your tutorial is 206 words and discusses how a critical thinker might review this statement, the questions he/she might have and the flaws in the statement.

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A critical thinker looks at evidence, and the source/quality/persuasiveness of the evidence in deciding if the conclusion is warranted. He/she is also open to new evidence in the future that may change the conclusion. Not all sources of evidence are equally valid or persuasive. An expert opinion is a stronger ...

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