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The Difference Between Creative and Critical Thinking

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´╗┐DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CREATIVE AND CRITICAL THINKING As we all know that the brain is the most delicate part of our body .Without the brain we would not be able to do so many things, example: receive impulses (receiving impulses means being able to access our environment like when you are being touched the reason why you know that you are touched is because of the brain).Also the brain unlike the pipeline in computing is the part of the body where messages are stored and given out. Therefore the brain is the part of the body that executes both the critical and the creative thinking. ...read more.


?The chief enemy of creativity is?good?sense.?-Pablo Picasso.?I make more mistakes than anyone else I know, and sooner or later, I patent most of them.?-Thomas Edison. ?If you do not expect the unexpected you will not find it, for it is not to be reached by search or trail.?-Heraclitus.?The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas.?-Linus Pauling Critical thinking: Critical thinking on the other hand is thinking critically, thinking on the ideas you have already created. Trying to choose from the ideas you create. For someone to think critically is for someone to be analytical, for someone to think critically is for someone to be judgmental, for someone to think critically is for someone to be selective. ...read more.


creative thinkers are nonjudgmental while critical thinkers are judgmental.3) creative thinkers generalize on ideas they are exposed to while critical thinkers select ideas.4) creative thinkers think broadly and widely while critical thinkers think only on a spot. Finally we can apply creative and critical thinking I the real life. And as we can apply them I many situations, there are situations in which the different types of thinking can be applied depending on the situation. Example: In an argument creative thinking is to be used because when arguing you have to bring more ideas and points in the argument in order for you to win the argument. When proving an experiment critical thinking is applied because you are proving the experiment based on the ideas you used to create the experiment ...read more.

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