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complete in natural growth or development, as plant and animal forms fully developed in body or mind, as a person
Use of reason, to form conclusions, inferences (based factual knowledge or evidence), or judgments. Reason: Defined The capacity for logical, rational, and analytic thought; intelligence.
fully developed ability to use logical, rational, and analytic thought to form conclusions, inferences, or judgments. Pause and Consider: Is it even possible reach a state of mature reasoning?
Practical guidelines established for working toward development of consistent “mature reasoning” skills.
1. Mature Reasoners are well informed.
If someone feels that you “don’t know your stuff,” you lose all of your credibility.
2. Mature Reasoners are self critical and open to constructive criticism.
balance attachment to their opinions with a willingness evaluate and test them against differing opinions.
2. Mature Reasoners are self critical and open to constructive criticism. can and will change their mind when they have good reasons to do so.
3. Mature Reasoners argue with their audiences in mind.
They make a sincere effort to understand and connect with other people and other points of view.
4.Mature Reasoners know their arguments’ context.
Recognize that their argument is part of past, present, and future dialogues.
4. Mature Reasoners know their arguments’ context. We are part of a big conversation with many voices
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