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Barriers to CT - Winthrop

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Filters, Barriers, and Impediments
Hindrances to criticalthinking
Allow things that meet certain criteria to flow through while preventing othersColor or shape what comes throughCan be a useful sorting mechanismCan be a feature ofmindful and reflectivethinkingBut also screen out valuable input if they aren’t appliedmindfully
Keep out rather than let inMay indicate the presence of non-critical, manmade, orenculturatedthinking patternsCan be useful in some circumstancesRequire some kind of monitoringCan be removed, sometimes with heavy liftingUnless monitored carefully, usually a hindrance to mindful, reflective thinking
Often involve walls or total blockagesOften involve non-critical instead of critical standards of thinking, so they may inhibit mindful thinkingOften are reflexive and habitual, so they contradict or replace reflective thinkingMust be understood before they can be thought around
Pictures formed from the news mediaPictures formed from entertainment and pop cultureAll-or-nothingthinking/black and whiteUs vs. themStereotypingFear
Educationalpractices (see p. 21)EgocentrismDevelopmental ThinkingPrevious CommitmentsPersonal ExperiencesDenial
The Difference Between. . .
Impediment-free thinkingHighly unusualNot likely to happen when subject is significantANDImpediment-aware thinkingMeans you are workingmindfullyLets you make allowances for your barriers and impediments





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Barriers to CT - Winthrop