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Q: what do you think is the difference between thinking and critical thinking? why? is it possible to think critically about every situation?
A: Thinking is the mental process, the act and the ability to produce thoughts. People think about almost everything and anything. They often think of people, things, places, and anything without a reason or by a trigger of a stimulus. [ Meanwhile, critical thinking often means “thinking about thinking.” In a sense, it is a deeper thinking about a particular issue or situation before actually
deciding and acting. Read more: Difference Between Thinking and Critical Thinking | Difference Between | Thinking vs Critical Thinking ]
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