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Posted by **Aya** on Friday, November 25, 2011 at 9:47pm.

Is the solution logical?

Does the solution solve the real problem?

Is the problem permanently solved, or is this a patchwork solution?

Are all the criteria and constraints are satisfied?

Does the solution have the desired impact?

Is the solution economically, environmentally, politically, and ethically responsible and safe?

Have you used the nine types of Socratic Questions— for example, have you challenged the information and assumptions provided? . Have all the consequences of the solution been examined— for example, does it cause other, more serious problems?

Have you argued both sides— the positive and the negative? . Has the solution accomplished all it could?

Is the solution is blunder- free? Have you checked the procedure and logic of the arguments?

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