Critical Thinking

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Introduction

In our lives, there must be a time where we may face problems. Problems will occur if we do not have the right strategy or solution. So, how are we going to solve it? Well, there are no specific solutions that I can explain here but there are some ways that can help us to create the correct and fast solution to solve our problems. One of the ways is to think critically.

Thinking is a good process but thinking alone will not help us to develop our minds. That is when critical thinking may take place. Critical thinking is the ability to think clearly and rationally. It includes the ability to engage in reflective and independent thinking. Using critical thinking one makes a decision or solves the problem of judging what to
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Not only that, he has used his thinking for the research of Aristotle’s theory. The factor which al-Kindi relied upon to determine which of these theories was most correct was how adequately each one explained the experience of seeing. For example, Aristotle's theory was unable to account for why the angle at which an individual sees an object affects his perception of it. This proves that Al-Kindi’s views and philosophies are very comprehensive and analytical in every research he had done.

Not only a philosopher or a logician, he is also known as an Islamic psychologist.He was an expert in experimental psychology. He was the first one to use the method of experiment in psychology, the earliest one to realize the therapeutic value of music and attempted to cure a quadriplegic boy using music therapy. He also stated that “sorrow is not within us, we are the one who bring it upon ourselves”. It shows that he knows the ways to cure a person’s mind and help to improve the way of thinking of others. He developed cognitive methods to combat depression and discussed the intellectual operations of human beings.

2. Ibn Sina ( Avicenna)

Abu Ali Sina was born near Bukhara, also known as Ibn Sina and Avicenna ( in English). Ibn Sina wrote about 450 treatises but almost half of them survived. His most famous works re The Book of Healing, The Canon of Medicine.Ibn Sina considered as one of the foremost philosophers in the Medieval

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