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Why is writing important? How is writing important to you personally? How might writing be used in the following environments: academic, business, and social? Provide various examples of the types
of writing you would find in each environment.
Writing helps me to shape and structure my thoughts, in essence, it helps me to make sense of information. It also assists in improving my memory, I retain more information.
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Now, imagine what it would be like to live in a community where critical thinking was unnecessary? Can such a place exist, except perhaps as human specimens in some other species’ zoo?
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Weegy: No one aspect of human existence and reasoning can be added or subtracted. This is our greatest downfall and our biggest strength. No community can exist without a human aspect. Proof of this is the downfall of communism. [ People cannot be silenced; humans thrive on free will and all forms of thought. ] (More)
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Weegy: Critical thinking is purposeful, reflective judgment that is focused on deciding what to believe or what to do. Critical thinking is a pervasive human phenomenon. [ We all have some level of skill in critical thinking and we have the capacity to improve those skills. How would the people living in that community redress grievances, solve problems, plan for the future, evaluate options, and pursue their individual and joint purposes. WE NEED CRITICISM IN OUR LIFES. that make us to make all thinks much better. People would have been more dependent for their leader. There will be no room for thinking, for doing what they really want to do. It would be very chaotic as other people who wanted to express themselves on the way they wanted would revolt on legalizing it. Critical thinking involves determining the meaning and significance of what is observed or expressed, or, concerning a given inference or argument, determining whether there is adequate justification to accept the conclusion as true. No, it wont be possible. There will be no room for changes as everyone were just too tired of thinking what new things should be done to improve what is in the now. Even animals do thinking on their own way. It called survival on the forest. So as people....in different way of course. ] (More)
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