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J. Ayer, but in the United States there appears to be somewhat greater reluctance by those in so-called pure philosophy to cross over in support of a branch of philosophy prepared to get its hands dirty by dealing with the practical issues of life. There are now several journals dealing with applied philosophy and publishing papers exhibiting the impact of philosophical thinking upon problems in education, business, law, health care, ecology, and government. Some versions of critical thinking may seem to be best placed under the rubric of applied philosophy.
Textbook writers worked hard to compress the essentials of a vast subject between the covers of a book, and teachers worked hard to convey those essentials to their students. Unfortunately, many teachers seemed to be saying, we live at a time in which the factors keep multiplying that tend to make such knowledge seem irrelevant. We no longer live in a time in which education is valued for its own sake. It has value today, most students seem to feel, only as a ticket to enter the job market with a few acceptable credentials.
Mention of cognitive skills brings us to another highly relevant portion of the academic background out of which the critical thinking 13 14 Norwich: University of East Anglia, 1988. New York: Humanities Press, 1967. P1: GVH/ftt-fzi-gap-gxn CY094-03 P2: FhN-GnI CY094/Lipman 0521812828 September 28, 2002 10:43 Approaches in Teaching for Thinking 39 movement emerged. In the 1950s, educational discussions and practice were filled with references to “behavioral objectives” in the classroom. ” Thus was born Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, vol.