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You will possess the ability to think logically and objectively in analysing complex information in order to identify key issues and make effective decisions, including excellent judgement under pressure.
THE internet is fast impelling us to think logically even if things do not fit in logic.
He said: "They're young kids in a moment of ecstasy - are they going to think logically about what they're doing?
You are 33 so your biological clock is probably screaming that it's now or never but try to think logically instead of emotionally about the situation.
You are 33 so your biological clock is probably screaming that it's now or never, but try to think logically instead of emotionally about the situation.
The problem, however, is that we do not tend to think logically about such matters.
We want our students to be able to recognise different ethical dilemmas and to think logically about the possible solutions.
The grey clouds had come down low, and the minus 6 Centigrade made it hard to think logically.
Being suddenly much more aware of their environment, social stratification, and effect on others, it becomes clear early on that the capacity for human intelligence entails much more than the ability to think logically.
Food fuels your brain, helping you think logically and creatively.