Notes
Preface: What Is Rationality?
1. See, for example, Edelman, Second Nature; Searle, Freedom and Neurobiol-
ogy; Minsky, The Emotion Machine; Hauser, Moral Minds; Friedman, Scholnick,
and Cocking, Blueprints for Thinking; Baron, Thinking and Deciding; Montague,
Why Choose This Book?; Holyoak and Morrison, The Cambridge Handbook of
Thinking and Reasoning; Moseley et al., Frameworks for Thinking; and Arnauld
and Nicole, Logic or the Art of Thinking.
2. To mention a few: Pecher and Zwaan, Grounding Cognition; Forgas, Feeling
and Thinking; and Billig, Arguing and Thinking.
3. See Spearman, ‘‘ ‘General Intelligence’ Objectively Determined and Mea-
sured.’’
4. For Piaget, see La psychologie de l’intelligence, Biology and Knowledge, Logi-
que et Connaissance scientifique, The Origins of Intelligence in Children, and
Introduction à l’Épistémologie Génétique. For Kohlberg, see Essays on Moral
Development, Vol. I: The Philosophy of Moral Development, ‘‘The Claim to Moral
Adequacy of a Highest Stage of Moral Judgment,’’ and From Is to Ought, as well as
Kohlberg, Levine, and Hewer, Moral Stages. For Gilligan, see In A Different
Voice.
5. See, for example, Dennet, Brainstorms, and Damasio, Descartes’ Error.
6. Margolis, ‘‘The Limits of Ethics and History,’’ 181.
7. Ibid.
8. Ibid.
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