The six (6) rules of critical thinking

Question: Review the six (6) rules of critical thinking discussed on pages 8 and 9 in the textbook. Determine the rule that you believe to be the most challenging and provide a rationale for your response.

I picked, I would say that the most challenging rule would be the first rule. This rule states that you should ask questions, no matter how difficult.

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The six rules of critical thinking include, being willing to ask any question, no matter how difficult it is, thinking locally and being clear, back up your argument with evidence, think about the assumptions and biases-including that of your own –that underlie all studies, avoid anecdotal evidence and be willing to admit you’re wrong or uncertain about your results (Jenkins, 2015)…

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