EN-Develop logical reasoning
Logical thinking. How many times have we heard these sentences: Come on, think logically! But it makes sense, right? Think a bit! Logically, you shouldn’t do that. … The word “logic” and all its derivatives are often used in everyday …
How many times have we heard these sentences:
- Come on, think logically!
- But it makes sense, right? Think a bit!
- Logically, you shouldn’t do that.
The word “logic” and all its derivatives are often used in everyday language and in many different situations. Therefore, we will sometimes associate it more with one area than with another. And after all, we do not even know what this very broad term means exactly.
In this module, we will begin by providing a definition of logical thinking and other related concepts. Then we’ll take a little trip through different types of logical thinking, while trying out some exercises. We will take longer breaks in the logics in high demand when applying for a job! And before concluding, we will discover the problem tree method! Indeed, because the main purpose of logical thinking is to solve problems!
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