How Critical Thinking and Ethics Affect my Life?
Heather H. Hubbard
Bryant & Stratton College
Mr. Christopher Schwab
October 19, 2011
How Critical thinking and Ethics Affect my Life.
For this paper I was asked how critical thinking and ethics will affect my career as both a student and a professional, in order to answer that question I must first answer the question of what is critical thinking and ethics. One thing that is certain about success in any and all aspects of life is that you must have at least basic critical thinking skills, and a strong foundation of ethical belief. Critical thinking entails being able to appreciate all sides of an issue, as well as at least small level of ethical integrity; being able to differ right and wrong at all times. What is critical thinking and how do ethics play a role? Are ethics more than personal opinion, and does diversity make a difference? These questions along with the question of moral dignity being any different from ethics are what I will answer in this essay. Basic critical thinking skills are simple to achieve. All a person would need is the ability to be objective in reasoning rather than subjective, and confirmative. Being objective in reasoning is simply being respectful of the diversity of all people. Unlike robots human beings are not uniform in their way of thinking. We humans allow emotion to take a large part in our thought process; to become a good critical thinker we must step back and observe, pause, and take a moment to separate or beliefs from that of the issue. We must consider the benefits and damage of our input to the greater population in every issue, especially here in the United States. Since I will be not only going into the medical field; but specializing in front office, I will need to constantly focus on my abilities to think through all things critically. A lot of issues that will be placed in front of me will be private and protected under federal law;...
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