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    Smile Critical thinking as critical writing?

    I've noticed in critical thinking the same thought is done in critical writing. An order has to be maintained. Could that ordered be maintained differently than (abc/123)? Either in a word or sentence without explanation of another sentence? Like Embed a point within a (eclipse) or a link, like the expression apples and oranges are two different fruits and not one fruit.

    Shortening the piece for a better understanding? in critical writing it seems the writer does not want to be misunderstood and is arguing the issue of pure logic. If person (a) has there own style as does person (b) and they both get there points across wouldn't that be acceptable as well? Paul
    Last edited by pljames; 07-Feb-2013 at 14:46. Reason: syntax problem

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