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What are the examples of inert information for critical thinking?

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Craig Stewart on September 22, 2018

Inert information is any information a person memorizes, internalizes and accepts as true without fully understanding it. Often this information is in the form of generalities that are commonly accepted, but the person who accepts the information could not say why it is true. It is basically the opposite of critical thinking, which is not based on the memorization of generalities, but a complete examination of the information in order to reach a conclusion.

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