By Roy van den Brink-Budgen

ISBN-10: 1845280954

ISBN-13: 9781845280956

ISBN-10: 1848030193

ISBN-13: 9781848030190

This paintings offers complete assurance of the OCR's new specification in serious pondering and it covers a whole variety of themes for devices 3 and 4.

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Additional info for Critical Thinking for A2

Example text

We need to construct a continuum of choice, showing a range of different options. We need to consider what criteria would be relevant in choosing between the positions on the continuum of choice. We need to look at evidence regarding each of the criteria. At this stage, we have gone a long way in the process of moving towards a decision. The next step is to identify dilemmas. The following would be an example of one that would probably emerge from this process. Should we increase the level of surveillance of people (such as through CCTV and the frequent checking of identity through ID cards) in order to increase levels of personal safety or should we not sacrifice privacy for security?

But, though important, these are questions rather than dilemmas. A dilemma, as we have seen, involves a choice between at least two options. If we wanted to see these questions as dilemmas, we would have to give alternative positions. The following shows how this could work. Should smoking be allowed where the majority of people involved want it to be or should the State enforce a smoking ban for the sake of people's health? In this example, both options could be defended. With the first, we could appeal to the principle of democracy; with the second, we could appeal to the principle of protecting people from harm.

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