Logical Thinking

noun | [ loj-i-kuhl ] [ thing-king ]

Logical Thinking is the ability to apply logic to better understand unknown situations or problem scenarios. Logic is the application of a method which is reason based, structured and sequenced, to break down a piece of information into smaller units and develop an objective understanding of the same. Logical Thinking includes our ability to use numbers effectively, produce scientific solutions to problems, identify differences, classify, generalise, hypothesize and assimilate information. Logical Thinking is seen as the key to complex problem solving.

Logical Thinking skills are necessary to overcome obstacles of daily life. It prompts us to think critically and creatively when facing a problem. Logical Thinking is also seen as a primary factor that affects students’ self-sufficiency and their accomplishment in science.

Logical Thinking In Action

The person will be able to:

  • Identify, describe and explain specific problems or issues.
  • Draw evidence and reason in arguments.
  • Formulate an argument.
  • Effectively separate subject matter into its component parts.
  • Identify interrelationships among different aspects of a situation / a piece of information.
  • Recognize and describe the contributions of each fact to the whole picture.
  • Identify and summarize all assumptions in an argument.
  • Assess the quality and reliability of the source of evidence.

Related Life Skills

Also Known As

Hindi | 

तार्किक विचारधारा

Marathi | 

तार्किक विचार


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