The Oxford Handbook of Rationality

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Alfred R. Mele, Piers Rawling
Oxford University Press, 2004-01-08 - 496 psl.
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Rationality has long been a central topic in philosophy, crossing standard divisions and categories. It continues to attract much attention in published research and teaching by philosophers as well as scholars in other disciplines, including economics, psychology, and law. The Oxford Handbook of Rationality is an indispensable reference to the current state of play in this vital and interdisciplinary area of study. Twenty-two newly commissioned chapters by a roster of distinguished philosophers provide an overview of the prominent views on rationality, with each author also developing a unique and distinctive argument.

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Aspects of Rationality
3
Its Sources Structure and Scope
17
Practical Aspects of Theoretical Reasoning
45
Procedural and Substantive Practical Rationality
57
Humean Rationality
75
Rationality as Practical Reason
93
Duty Rationality and Practical Reasons
110
Bayesianism
132
Paradoxes of Rationality
257
Rationality and Psychology
279
Gender and Rationality
301
Rationality and Persons
320
Rationality Language and the Principle of Charity
343
Rationality and Science
363
Economic Rationality
380
Legal Theory and the Rational Actor
399

Decision Theory and Morality
156
Rationality and Game Theory
182
Practical Reasoning and Emotion
206
The Rationality of Being Guided by Rules
222
Motivated Irrationality
240
Rationality and Evolution
417
References
439
Index
469
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