For example, Horty frames his study of reasons as a study of the logic of reasoning
, assuming it as an obvious feature of everyday discourse that reasons are something to focus on in deliberation, provided we are informed of the considerations that are the reasons.
and deliberation 'are mental activities we can decide on' and this is a practical matter, of our conduct as deliberators (97).
A handful of booster sessions in reasoning
or visual concentration, administered about 1 year and 3 years after the initial sessions, offered an even better defense against cognitive losses that interfere with daily activities, says a team led by psychologist Sherry L.
The technological design of this repository relies on information retrieval with case-based reasoning
(CBR), which means that the users can search for cases that are either identical or similar to the desired criteria.
In any event, the absence of reasoned decisions leaves the parties (and the industry) in the position of having paid a small fortune for a decision that is devoid of any reasoning
that could be used as a guide to avoid future disputes.
Argumentative knowledge construction is also based on scientific-analytical reasoning
Effective ethical reasoning
requires discussing goals and possible methods from more than one point of view.
names both a nascent scholarly movement and the set of practices this movement tries to describe and analyze.
The arguments upholding the traditional view are subtle and not easy to grasp; I have heard a Catholic woman, a friend of Janet Smith and like her a completely orthodox Catholic, say that she did not understand the reasoning
behind Humanae vitae and simply accepted it as a matter of obedience.
In its legal reasoning
, the Court said it could not accept the defense argument that the assassination was an execution of a shar'i judgment that the government had failed to perform.
Curricular reform included a particular emphasis on writing, information handling, and reasoning
skills across the curriculum, as well as a recommitment to develop independent, self-motivated, lifelong learners.
When I believe or act for a reason, my reason plays a role in the reasoning
through which I arrive at my belief or action.
Crucially, it cannot account for the role of impartiality in our practical reasoning
This paper provides examples of how one university instructor navigated a discussion of errors in a way that supported his students' growth in mathematical understanding while preserving the value in his students' reasoning