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|Keywords:||argumentation and computation;artificial intelligence;critical thinking;God;informal logic;medicine;moral issues;morality;Plato;rationality|
|Abstract:||In this address marking my retirement after 46 years as a faculty member at McMaster University, I share ideas about rationality that I acquired during my career–some from others, some from my own investigations. The thoughts concern the relation between myth and rational argument in Plato’s dialogues, moral issues, critical thinking, informal logic, morality, argumentation and computation, logic and critical thinking in medicine, and the existence of God.|
|Appears in Collections:||Philosophy Publications|
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