CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING
COURSE: Bsc. TOURISM MANAGEMENT
PREPARED BY: JENNIFER J. SAWE
STUDENT NUMBER: T94/OL/17452/2011
PRESENTED TO: J. OYIGO
DATE: 06th October, 2012.
Using your own understanding of critical and creative thinking evaluate the thinking of Kenyan parliamentarians. Critical and creative thinking aims in realizing clarity, accuracy, relevance, precision, integrity and open mindedness in ones’ thinking and reasoning. Therefore it is inspection of one’s way of judgement, evaluation and action aiming at making ourselves better people. Critical and creative thinking is the necessary tool for individual transformation from pre-conventional stage of the mind; where one has no sense of right and wrong, through conventional stage to post conventional stage; where one is able to think for oneself .Here one analyses and evaluate them critically aided by reason .One can also draw valid conclusions and make correct decisions through critical consciousness. Consequently, after learning critical and creative thinking, one acquires intellectual independence and therefore looks at matters from all dimensions, question facts and ideas and easily solve problems at hand. The process of full transformation by critical and creative thinking as a tool, is realized by acquisition of valuable intellectual traits. Critical and creative thinking equips one with intellectual courage. This enables one to face and fairly address ideas, viewpoints, and beliefs that the world has strongly negative emotions. This helps one by use of reason and order to detect the contrary and streamline the way the world perceive issues. An irrational person finds it impossible to detect and stand out strongly against issues put forth and which affect them in one way or another, falling victims of these issues. In regard to our parliamentarians, they tend to use ideological philosophies to mobilize people psychologically towards some desired...
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